Presents research bridging the areas of space, spatiality, and technology provided by experts in the space technology domain. For researchers and scholars working at the intersection of physical, social, and technological space.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Moving through Space.
2: Paths and Patches: Patterns of Geognosy and Gnosis.
3: Let's Meander Through a Measured Space.
4: Navigating a Speckled World: Interacting with Wireless Sensor Networks.
5: Social and Organisational Space.
6: Contested Terrain: Place, Work, and Organizational Identities.
7: Technosocial Space: Connecting People and Places.
8: Reconfiguring the Rose: An Exploration of the Use of Virtual Space by Artists Collaboratively Creating Digital Stained Glass.
9: Context, Boundedness, and Structure: The Apprehension of Place in the Development of Information Environments.
10: Auditory and Pictorial Space.
11: Voice and Space: Agency of the Acousmêtre in Spatial Design.
12: Listening, Corporeality, Place and Presence.
13: Representing Space: The Pictorial Imperative.
14: The Spatial Development of the Visual-Narrative from Prehistoric Cave Paintings to Computer Games.
15: The Interactive Spectacle and the Digital Situationist.
16: Cognition, Language, and Space.
17: Spatial Language in Computer Mediated Communication.
18: Space, Place, and Memory Prosthetics.
19: Materializing Communication Concepts: Linearity and Surface in Linguistics and Information Theory.