Al-Attili, Aghlab and Androulaki, Maria (2009) 'The Familiarity of Being Digital: Digital Abstraction and Representation of Embodied Interaction.' In: Critical Digital: Who Cares? Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Graduate School of Design, pp. 153-158.
This paper addresses issues pertaining to the familiarity of the digital abstraction and representation in architecture. Our investigation into the nature of human interaction with space, its abstraction and its representation is based on the critical contrast between the outcomes of interaction with two virtual versions of a physical reality; the first version is a non-linear interactive graphical abstraction of the space where no assertions or indicators are given as to whether or not there is a relationship between the abstraction and its physical reality, whereas the second is a none-linear interactive 3D virtual environment clearly representing the physical space in question.
|Item Type:||Book Chapters|
|Keywords:||Critical Digital, Who Cares(?), Familiarity, Being Digital, Digital Abstraction, Representation, Embodied Interaction, phenomenology|
|SOAS Departments & Centres:||Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Department of Anthropology and Sociology
Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Department of History of Art and Archaeology
Faculty of Law and Social Sciences > School of Finance and Management > Centre for Development, Environment and Policy (CeDEP)
|Depositing User:||Aghlab Al-Attili|
|Date Deposited:||28 Oct 2010 09:01|
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