Our bodies are receptors and transmitters of wireless information. How can architecture facilitate or interfere with these new ways in which people interact with one another?
A conversation between two people and technology is a three-way relationship: the basis of everyday life. In order to understand this trinity, then the “radio language” must be deciphered.
One architectural implication, as describe in an article by Carlo Ratti and Matthew Claudel, is “the rise of ‘invisible detail'” and “ubiquitous computing and the ‘minimum meaningful'”. In order to measure the effects of this implication, light and heat must be considered.