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    Some of the most interesting developments within computer system design in recent years have emerged from an exploration of the ways everyday objects and artefacts can be augmented with computational resources. Often under the rubric of ``ubiquitous computing'', research programmes in Europe, North America and Japan have directed substantial funding towards these initiatives, and leading industrial and academic research laboratories have developed a diverse range of ubiquitous computing ``solutions''. These developments mark an important shift in system design, a shift that is having a corresponding impact on social science research. Surprisingly though, given the growing commitment to the ubiquitous and the tangible, there is a mundane, even humble artefact that pervades our ordinary lives that has received less attention than one might imagine. This artefact is paper.

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    Title : Augmented Paper: Developing Relationships Between Digital Content and Paper
    Author(s) : Paul Luff, Guy Adams, Wolfgang Bock, Adam Drazin, David Frohlich, C Heath, P Herdman, H King, N Linketscher, R Murphy, Moira Norrie, A Sellen, B Signer, E Tallyn, E Zeller
    Abstract : Some of the most interesting developments within computer system design in recent years have emerged from an exploration of the ways everyday objects and artefacts can be augmented with computational resources. Often under the rubric of ``ubiquitous computing'', research programmes in Europe, North America and Japan have directed substantial funding towards these initiatives, and leading industrial and academic research laboratories have developed a diverse range of ubiquitous computing ``solutions''. These developments mark an important shift in system design, a shift that is having a corresponding impact on social science research. Surprisingly though, given the growing commitment to the ubiquitous and the tangible, there is a mundane, even humble artefact that pervades our ordinary lives that has received less attention than one might imagine. This artefact is paper.
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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2007

    Affiliations Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    Editors : Norbert Streitz, Achilles Kameas, Irene Mavrommati
    Journal : The Disappearing Computer
    Volume : 4500
    Publisher : Springer
    Pages : 275-297
    Url : http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1768246.1768263
    Doi : 10.1007/978-3-540-72727-9

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