• i-com 1/2022 – Special Issue on Culture and Computer Science – Physical and Virtual Spaces

    Until today, a common understanding of technology is still shaped by the industrialisation as a progress that facilitates our everyday life, making it more predictable, interesting and diverse too. This development since the 19th century was accompanied and also partly reinforced by a multitude of cultural imaginaries. Who does not know the novels by Jules […]

  • i-com 1/2022 released Starting from the year 2000, i-com – Journal of Interactive Media has provided a platform for the human-computer interaction (HCI) research community to share ideas, observations and progress on theories, experi-ments and applications in various HCI topics. Special thanks go to the first (and up-to-now only) Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of i-com, Jürgen Ziegler who has […]