A journey through cognitive science, philosophy, complexity, information and design.
Embodied cognition is a little difficult to define, so I’m going to do it mostly by way of examples. In short though it is the view that our bodies – the shapes they are in , the movements they make, the way we use our motor systems – contribute to and even form the basis […]
Here is a great example of how we are moving away from interfaces, as smart technology becomes more integrated with our natural senses and abilities. The ‘Med Sensation’ does two things – it augments our hands’ natural sensing abilities, and also quantifies the feedback that we would normally have to just intuit, by recording data […]