Computers as Theatre

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1993 - Computers - 227 pages
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Featuring a new chapter that takes the student through virtual reality and beyond, this book presents a new theory of human-computer activity. It shows how similar principles can help students understand what people experience when interacting with computers. The book also describes how the user's enjoyment of a computer system should be the biggest design consideration.

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35
Chapter Three
67
Chapter Four
93
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About the author (1993)

Brenda Laurel is a researcher, writer, and consultant in the areas of interactive media and interface design.

S. Joy Mountford, manager of the Human Interface Group, Apple Computer, Inc., conceived of and technically supported the development of this book.



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