Engaging with a Situated Display via Picture Messaging

Physical spaces are made meaningful to us in a number of ways - by their form and materials, by the activities that take place in them and through social interaction with co-occupants of the space. Increasingly, we are now encountering hybrid electronic and physical spaces where computing capabilities are embedded into the environment or are mobile, personal and networked– environments known as ubiquitous computing. How do we create meaning for these hybrid spaces?

Author: Karen Martin
Author: Alan Penn
Author: Lesley Gavin

Publication: ACM Conference Human Factors in Computing Systems | full text (PDF)

Year: 2006