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id caadria2012_049
authors Rajasekaran, Balaji; T. Brahmani and C. Reshma
year 2012
title Spatial personality for human space interaction: Space for change
source Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia / Chennai 25-28 April 2012, pp. 6978
summary Exploring the duality of pervasive computing and architecture in order to propose new models of interaction between people and their built environment. One of the unique "affordances" of digital media is interactivity. This word has come to stand for all manners of engagements between people and things but as McCollough (2004) reminds us the word implies deliberation over the exchange of messages. "Objects" or architecture would be exempt from this mode of communication since, in a likewise manner, we don't interact with a door, we simply open it. However, computing provides a reflexive twist for it is not only the means through which we indirectly communicate with others but also a subject with which we can directly interact. They solicit information and based on the deliberation we ask them for return responses. This quality of computing, especially as it becomes pervasive, has profound implications for architecture and urbanism. When computation becomes embedded into the very materials we build, they along with their nature as inanimate objects become questionable. Our environment itself becomes the interactive subject through which we can inquire about our condition, perform diagnostic tasks or most significantly converse to discover more about our surrounding and ourselves.
keywords Interaction; communication; responsive; environment; performative
series CAADRIA
email rajabalajindia@gmail.com
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100%; open McCollough, M. (2004) Find in CUMINCAD Digital Ground: Architecture, Pervasive Computing, and Environmental Knowing , MIT Press, Cambridge, 3-20
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100%; open Pask, G. (1976) Find in CUMINCAD Styles and Strategies of Learning , British Journal of Educational Psychology, 46(II), 128-148

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