Ubiquitous Media

Please note: this is archived course information from 2023 for MEDIA 717.


Ubiquitous computing has led to an increasingly mediatised world known as the ‘Internet of things’. With the increased use of tags and sensors, the development of smart environments means that communication and information media increasingly shape our world and define our relations with others. This interdisciplinary course interrogates the philosophical, social and political implications of the move from software to `everyware’.

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Availability 2023

Semester 2


Lecturer(s) Professor Neal Curtis


MEDIA 717: 30 points