At the core of this Innovation issue is an inquiry into the multiple ways that the rapid pace of innovation affects how we perceive, respond and adapt to our environment.
It addresses how these experiential transformations in turn influence the spatial, material and even cultural development of our surroundings by adopting a looped feedback process that is a fundamental catalyst of innovation. This issue presents alternative perspectives to design-driven innovation at the intersection of advanced research and forward-looking practices for positive changes to our present and future world, and to the ways we will inhabit it.
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Typology: Research, Special issue
Location: Boston, USA & Milan, Italy
Editors: Walter Mariotti, Allen Sayegh, Stefano Andreani
Themes: Design Innovation, New Technologies, Augmented Experiences