Divided into three parts, the focus of the book moves from the theoretical to the practical: how different digital materialities are imagined and emerge, through software emulation, urban sensors and smart homes; how new digital designs are ...
Published inDigital Materialities Design and Anthropology
Pages79 - 97
CitationPINK, S. ...et al., 2016. Refiguring digital interventions for energy demand reduction: Designing for life in the digital-material home. IN: Pink, S., Ardevol, E. and Lanzeni, D. (eds.) Digital Materialities Design and Anthropology, London: Bloomsbury, pp. 79-97.
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