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S.PA.C.E.S. socio political adaptative communication enabled spaces Calderon, Roberto

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The Socio-Political Adaptative Communication Enabled Spaces (SPACES) research proposes a model for conceptualizing, understanding and constructing Cyborg Environments. A Cyborg Environment is an autopoietic system of inter-acting humans and space cyborgs -- entities that have enhanced their senses through technology -- based on a politics of action and embodiment that results in social systems that allow for communication to take place. The present document presents this conceptual model, its foundation in Architecture, Human Computer Interaction and Cognitive Science and a set of experiments conducted to test its validity.

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