Jonathan Arnowitz, Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
Welcome to the second Gadgets issue. This installment takes a more nuts-and-bolts approach to gadgets than the previous round: Here we take a look at the topic with a more scientific bent. Gadgets are becoming increasingly important in HCI. The computing devices coming to the market are various and complex, bewildering in their broad, diverse offerings of functionality. We have heard from many who think that increasing screen size is a continuing phenomenon. While this remains true in the desktop world, the reality is that our screens are shrinking. Over the course of the previous decade, all the common…
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