Human Computer Interaction: Reflections on Space and Evaluations for the Future
AuthorAltın, Mehmet Ali
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Human computer intearction is affecting space in a more different dimension than its existing condition. The main reason for this is the preassumptions made for the interaction with computers will be rather than itself, with space it belongs to. Human computer interaction also reveals the changes in perception of space while interacting with space via computers. These changes resurrect the quetion that what the space is. Most of these developments are occured in the first decade of second millenium while most of the researches in laboratories are carried out in daily life. In this paper, human computer interaction studies up to 2005 and the assumptons for future developments will be evaluated. Realized developments in daily life from 2005 to 2016 will be discussed in a focus of tehe relation between space. Future effects of human computer interaction on space and the position of designers in this eco- system will be evaluated.