Human computer biosphere interaction: towards a sustainable society

Human computer biosphere interaction: towards a sustainable society,10.1145/1520340.1520355,Hiroki Kobayashi,Ryoko Ueoka,Michitaka Hirose

Human computer biosphere interaction: towards a sustainable society   (Citations: 2)
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This paper presents the author's vision of Human Computer Biosphere Interaction (HCBI): Towards a Sustainable Society. HCBI extends the subject of HCI from countable people, objects, pets, and plants to an auditory biosphere that is uncountable, complex, and non-linguistic. By realizing HCBI, soundmarks in a forest can help us feel as one with nature, beyond the physical distance. The goal of HCBI is to realize the benefits of belonging to nature without causing environmental destruction. This paper presents the concept overview, related work, the method and developed interfaces.
Conference: Computer Human Interaction - CHI , pp. 2509-2518, 2009
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    • ...For example, participatory sensing and other communityoriented work [17,22,32,58] tend to see individuals as members of a democratic public, as citizens rather than as consumers, while Bohlen and Tan and Kobayashi, Ueoka and Hirose [15,47] design to increase affective links to nature without reference to consumption...
    • ...Kobayashi et al. [47], for example, point out the inherent contradiction in attempting to use technology to create more intimate connections with nature...

    Carl F. DiSalvoet al. Mapping the landscape of sustainable HCI

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