Record number :
404076
Title of article :
Distinguishing Concepts: Lexicons of Interactive Art and Architecture
Author/Authors :
Usman Haque، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2007
Pages :
8
From page :
24
To page :
31
Abstract :
Interactive design has come about as a result of the intermingling of disciplines. As a consequence, the language it uses has become blurred - borrowed or stolen with little restraint from elsewhere. Though particular terms have become ubiquitous, the original concepts that lie behind them have been lost. This means that all too frequently they are no longer knowingly used. Usman Haque sorts the wheat from the chaff and brings clarity to bear on the vocabulary and thinking behind interactivity. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Keywords :
open source , Maki Ueda , יnetwork commons , 2006 , 2006 , 2004 , Ole Bouman , Hole in the Earth , Creative Commons Licence , Usman Haque , Architecture for Humanityיs Open Architecture Network , the user , virtual , 1993-4 , Archis , human-computer interaction (HCI) , cybernetics , Open Burble , Open Source Architecture for Africa (www.osafa.org) , Aditya Dev Sood , Interface , Shadow (for Heisenberg) , Game Set and Match II conference in Delft , Center for Knowledge Societies (CKS) , technology , Singapore Biennale , Linden Research Inc , Jan Chipchase , environment , 2006 , Second Life , User Experience Group of Nokia Research in Japan , design , Interactive , General Public Licence , Constant Nieuwenhuis and Cedric Price , technology , reactive , Cory Doctorow , Anne Galloway , William Gibsonיs seminal book Neuromancer , Mark Shepard , Hungarian Pavilion , Usman Haque , mutual reaction , Reorient team (installation coordinated by Adam Somlai-Fischer)Reorient migrating architectures , interruption design that does not encourage straightforward and seamless interaction with devices that interrupts strict notions of efficiency and usability , responsive , Customers only ever get to love it or leave it. Citizens get to change it , Alan Munro , cyberspace , Tactical Sound Garden Toolkit , Venice Biennale , Floatables , Jim Campbell , Volume , 2004 , public and private
Journal title :
Architectural Design
Serial Year :
2007
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