[ dmg . research ] new
Information technologies are revolutionizing architecture and urban design, transforming teaching and practice, and challenging our understanding of space, place, and society. Buildings are changing too - through active controls, smart materials, and ubiquitous computing. As people begin to inhabit virtual on-line places we are rethinking the very meaning of community. The dmg is exploring how these changes will affect design.
*Tangible User Interfaces
*Collaboration, Coordination and Constraints
*Virtual Places and Smart Environments