Every year, a bevy of new phones, games, televisions, and
electronic reading devices ride into our lives on a tidal wave of
interactive hype. These i-products, while handy, primarily confine
their interactivity to the surfaces of screens. Not exactly the
kind of "world-changing" transformation we've been promised. In
Interactive Architecture, authors Michael Fox and Miles
Kemp introduce us to a brave new world where design pioneers are
busy creating... more...