Computer technology grows ever smaller, faster, cheaper. Today, most of us are carrying more information in our pockets than a pre-modern library could hold, and sensors more advanced than those of the lunar lander. Yet the human sensory-motor system does not change.
How can new devices access this information and utilise these sensors within a context of human capabilities, needs and desires? Will we see a further specialisation or a convergence of features? At IxDS, we enjoy exploring and resolving the paradoxes stirred up by trends such as these.