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The shape of time: Reconsidering time in the context of pervasive media (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Reconsidering time in the context of pervasive media. Paper presented at Fascinate Conference 2013

Within contemporary research discussion in interaction design, HCI and pervasive media the word time is commonly used to represent a wide variety of meanings, concepts and dimensions. Often this is without differentiation between contradictory interp... Read More about The shape of time: Reconsidering time in the context of pervasive media.

Lost time never (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Buzzo, D. (2013, June). Lost time never. Paper presented at Inputs-Outputs | Interdisciplinary Approaches to Causality in Engagement, Immersion, Presence and Related Concepts in Human-Computer Interaction

As Nam June Paik intuits in his 1976 article “input‐time and output‐time” [11] our experience and expression of time and events are not connected to each other in a linear fashion (fig. 1). As a result the incidents that create what we decide to expr... Read More about Lost time never.

Changing perspectives of time in HCI (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Buzzo, D. (2013, April). Changing perspectives of time in HCI. Presented at Workshop on 'Changing perspectives of time in HCI'

Time has traditionally been measured in relation to physical phenomena witnessed in our environment. From the transit of heavenly bodies across prehistoric skies to the distance to walk from here to there or the arrival of birds on the wing from othe... Read More about Changing perspectives of time in HCI.