The early development of the steam engine: An evolutionary interpretation using complexity theory

K. Frenken, A. Nuvolari

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Abstract

The Visual Interaction Platform (VIP) is a Natural User Interface (NUl) that builds on human skills of real-world object manipulation and enables unhindered human-human communication in a collaborative situation. The existing VIP is being extended towards the VIP-3 to allow support for new kinds of interactions. An example of a natural augmented reality interface to be realized via the VIP-3 is a pen-and-paper interface that combines properties of real pen-and-paper with typical computer functionality for flexible re-use of information. Two ongoing VIP-3 research projects are also briefly discussed: the first project aims to develop supporting tools for early architectural design, while the second project aims at supporting 3D interaction for navigating and browsing through multidimensional data sets.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)419-450
JournalIndustrial and Corporate Change
Volume13
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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