HabiTech: Inhabiting buildings, data & technology:2020 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI EA 2020

Dalton, R. and Dalton, N. and Hoelscher, C. and Veddeler, C. and Krukar, J. and Wiberg, M. and SIGCHI, ACM (2020) HabiTech: Inhabiting buildings, data & technology:2020 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI EA 2020. In: CHI EA '20, 2020-04-252020-04-30.

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Abstract

As larger parts of our lives are determined in the digital realm, it is critical to reflect on how democratic values can be preserved and cultivated by technology. At the city-scale, this is studied in the field of 'digital civics'; however, there seems to be no corresponding focus at the level of buildings/building inhabitants. The majority of our lives are spent indoors and therefore the impact that 'indoor digital civics' may have, might exceed that of city-scale, digital civics. The digitization of building design and building management creates an opportunity to better identify, protect, and cultivate civic values that, until now, were centralized in the hands of building designers and building owners. By bringing together leading architecture/HCI academics and commercial stakeholders, this workshop builds on previous workshops at CHI. The workshop will provide a forum where a new agenda for research in 'HabiTech' can be defined and new research collaborations formed. © 2020 Owner/Author.

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CHI EA '20
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Conference code: 160405 Export Date: 22 September 2020 Funding details: European Research Council, ERC, 637645 Funding text 1: Jakub Krukar acknowledges the support of the ERC StRG Grant Agreement No 637645. References: Ballendat, T., Marquardt, N., Greenberg, S., Proxemic interaction: Designing for a proximity and orientation-aware environment (2010) Acm International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, Acm, pp. 121-130; Dalton, N.S., Schnädelbach, H., Wiberg, M., Varoudis, T., Architecture and interaction (2016) Springer International Publishing, Cham; Dalton, N., Green, K., Marshall, P., Ar-chi-tecture: Architecture and interaction (2012) Chi '12 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Acm, pp. 2743-2746; Dalton, N., Green, K.E., Dalton, R., Interaction and architectural space (2014) Chi '14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Acm, pp. 29-32; Dalton, R.C., Kuliga, S., Using social media to gather users' feedback of the seattle central library (2016) Take One Building: Interdisciplinary Research Perspectives of the Seattle Central Library. Routledge, London, pp. 167-187; Johnson, D.W., Johnson, R.T., Tjosvold, D., Constructive controversy: The value of intellectual opposition (2000) The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA, Us, pp. 65-85; Smith, K., Johnson, D.W., Johnson, R.T., Can conflict be constructive? (1981) Controversy Versus Concurrence Seeking in Learning Groups. Journal of Educational Psychology 73, 5, pp. 651-663
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22 Jun 2021 14:25
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