In this interview at the MIT Media Lab in Boston, Joseph Paradiso provides us with fascinating insights on "responsive" environments. Sensors and wearable technologies provide new interaction opportunities between humans and their surrounding spaces. Building systems, rather than being actively controlled by users, are starting to infer their needs in order to create perfect conditions for their different activities, from working to relaxing. These interfaces of the future are ultimately raising the question of the boundary between humans and technologies, and how they can be augmented by it.
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