Jean-Luc Vinot, Catherine Letondal, Rémi Lesbordes, Stéphane Chatty, Stéphane Conversy, Christophe Hurter
The boundaries between 'the digital' and our everyday physical world are dissolving as we develop more physical ways of interacting with computing. This forum presents some of the topics discussed in the colorful multidisciplinary field of tangible and embodied interaction. —Eva Hornecker, Editor Air traffic control (ATC) guides aircraft to maintain safe distances and to optimize traffic fluidity. ATC has been a life-size HCI laboratory for many decades, as witnessed by the introduction of touchscreens in the 1960s, digital emulations of paper in the 1990s , and research on augmented reality . This history reveals a succession of compromises…
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