Keho: the place for Presence Research: latest issue now online
Bi-annual downloadable e-zine : Urban Edition
The second issue of Keho looks at how Presence research can impact on the way we live, the way we learn and how we are entertained. This time the team has been cruising the mean streets, hanging out with urban planner wannabes and experiencing the ‘non places' that characterise the suburbs of many of Europe's major cities. All this and more packaged up in the Urban Edition, featuring articles that explore what it means to be present in the city; how we can connect to the past, share experience in the present and influence the future of the urban landscape.
Keho has been edited and produced by the Peach project with the aim of stimulating debate and discussion about Presence research, its future direction and its impact on society.
Published twice a year, and aimed at the wider Presence research community, the e-zine is available to download free from the Peach project's website. The e-zine is called Keho because this word refers to the phenomenology of mind and body in the Finnish language.
The Keho Editorial Team, Centre for Interaction Design, Napier University, Edinburgh.
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Download : http://keho.pbwiki.com/
Peach project: www.peachbit.org