The Architecture of the Mouse

Authors

  • Mark Wigley


Abstract

The mouse is a potent prosthetic. When placed in front of our desktop we do not even have to think consciously about reaching for it. Mark Wigley's eulogy to this seemingly humble but transformative technology highlights the power that such a discrete device can have on the human ecosystem, providing a seamless interface between body and brain that is still only to be dreamt of in architecture. Copyright © 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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