Article published in:Mechanicism and Autonomy: What Can Robotics Teach Us About Human Cognition and Action?
Edited by Maria Eunice Quilici Gonzalez, Willem F.G. Haselager and Itiel E. Dror
[Pragmatics & Cognition 15:3] 2007
► pp. 413–433
A sense of presence
Our apparently simple and basic sense of our own location is, I argue, the fruit of an ongoing project. It is a construct formed by our implicit awareness of our current set of potentials for action, social engagement and intervention. Nonetheless, most attempts at technologically supported telepresence seem shallow and unsatisfying. In what follows, I explore the potential of richer and more varied technologies to impact our fundamental sense of location.
Published online: 13 December 2007
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