Michael Cowling, Joshua Tanenbaum, James Birt, Karen Tanenbaum
There are two competing narratives for the future of computationally augmented spaces. On the one hand, we have the Internet of Things , where the narrative is one of making our environments more aware of us and of themselves, and generally making everything “smarter” through embedded computation, sensing, and actuation. On the other hand, we have current approaches to augmented or mixed reality, in which the space remains unchanged and instead we hack our perception of the space by superimposing a layer of media between us and the world [2,3]. In this article we present examples of three projects…
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