Philosophy of Design Education The central focus of our program is multidisciplinarityusing cognitive, social, and perceptual science theories and methods to create multiple perspectives on the interaction of human and machine. We look at technology as a medium of communication and as an environment for perceptual and cognitive processes as well as a tool for performing a set of tasks. With this perspective, we can better explore alternative interface approaches such as real-time, immersive, and attentive systems; environments that support cognitive processing (e.g., decision support and knowledge management); collaborative work and learning spaces; and novel media control and display…
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