I have returned from time to time to the perceived shortcomings of online design collaboration insofar as some architects and other designers prefer the intuitive, paper-based processes of marking-up, commenting and sketching on design drawings by hand. Such ‘collaboration’ they say is less easy when they are faced by conventional computer interfaces as opposed to, …
Tag: touch-sensitive wall screens
Feb 27 2011
- Filed under AEC, BIM, Collaboration, Extranet/CDE, Functionality, Future, Internet, Mobile, People issues, Web 2.0
27 February 2011
- architecture, BIM, building information modelling, built environment, business intelligence, Cereno, collaborative decision-making, Collaborative Working Environment, collaboratory, commenting, Construction, content sharing, CWE, data visualisation, design collaboration, design drawings, device integration, Engineering, Executive Dashboard of the Future, facial recognition, Gen Y, gesture-driven navigation, IdentityMine, Jonah Sterling, marking-up, Microsoft Surface, Millennials, mobile, NUI, NuVa, office design, presence detection, real time, remote collaboration, Second Life, sketching, status, studio design, Surface, tablets, touch-sensitive wall screens, video-conferencing, voice recognition, Web 2.0, XBox Kinect, YouTube
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