Designing Smart Objects in Everyday Life
- Designing Smart Objects in Everyday Life: Intelligences, Agencies, Ecologies
- Marco Rozendaal, Betti Marenko, William Odom
- 224 pages
The dramatic acceleration of digital technologies and their integration into physical products is transforming everyday objects. Such objects are increasingly capable of interacting with humans in a purposeful and intelligent manner. This book offers a critical assessment on smart design, together with methods and tools to deal with the challenges and opportunities presented. If design is concerned with creating purposeful interventions in everyday life, then how would the design of smart objects change to account for the animation and the ‘personality’ projected by the users? What range of competences, skills and expertise are needed to design smart objects in the everyday life?
This book is largely the result of an interdisciplinary workshop that was held at the Lorentz Center, University of Leiden, The Netherlands from the 30th of April to May 4th 2018
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