Brave New Interfaces: Individual, Social and Economic Impact of the Next Generation Interfaces
Jan Cornelis, Marleen Wynants
Asp / Vubpress / Upa, 2007 - Computers - 324 pages
Compiled by the CROSSTALKS program for policy-probing scientific issues, this volume reflects on the meaning and impact of existing and future interfaces—and what the added value could be. Offering a broad analysis of the individual, social, and economic impacts that the next generation of interfaces will have, its unique interdisciplinary approach combines the perspectives of artists, academics, and businesspeople.
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