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    Despite the wide-ranging recognition that paper remains a pervasive resource for human conduct and collaboration, there has been uncertain progress in developing technologies to bridge the paper-digital divide. In this essay we discuss the design of a technology that interweaves developments in new materials, electronics and software, and seeks to provide a cheap and accessible solution to creating new affinities between digital content, in whatever form, and ordinary paper. The technology and its design draws from a broad range of field studies, including research in classrooms and museums. These delineate the requirements and considerations that inform solutions to enhancing paper whilst preserving its integrity. The paper also discusses a naturalistic experiment, an evaluation in a museum, where we assessed the technology and the solution. We also chart the progressive development of this solution and the ways in which seemingly simple actions and issues became reconstituted as highly complex technical and analytic problems.

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    Title : Only touching the surface
    Author(s) : Paul Luff, Christian Heath, Moira Norrie, Beat Signer, Peter Herdman
    Abstract : Despite the wide-ranging recognition that paper remains a pervasive resource for human conduct and collaboration, there has been uncertain progress in developing technologies to bridge the paper-digital divide. In this essay we discuss the design of a technology that interweaves developments in new materials, electronics and software, and seeks to provide a cheap and accessible solution to creating new affinities between digital content, in whatever form, and ordinary paper. The technology and its design draws from a broad range of field studies, including research in classrooms and museums. These delineate the requirements and considerations that inform solutions to enhancing paper whilst preserving its integrity. The paper also discusses a naturalistic experiment, an evaluation in a museum, where we assessed the technology and the solution. We also chart the progressive development of this solution and the ways in which seemingly simple actions and issues became reconstituted as highly complex technical and analytic problems.
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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2004

    Affiliations Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    Conference_title : Proceedings of CSCW 2004 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
    Volume : 6
    Issue : 3
    Publisher : ACM Press
    City : New York, New York, USA
    Pages : 523 -
    Url : http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=1031607.1031695
    Isbn : 1581138105
    Doi : 10.1145/1031607.1031695

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