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Conscious interaction with immaterial space: augmented reality of everyday life. / Karandinou, Anastasia; Al-Attili, A.

Em'body'ing virtual architecture. ASCAAD, 2007. p. 243-252.

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Karandinou, A., & Al-Attili, A. (2007). Conscious interaction with immaterial space: augmented reality of everyday life. In Em'body'ing virtual architecture (pp. 243-252). ASCAAD. http://cumincad.scix.net/cgi-bin/works/Search?search=Karandinou&paint=1

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Karandinou A, Al-Attili A. Conscious interaction with immaterial space: augmented reality of everyday life. In Em'body'ing virtual architecture. ASCAAD. 2007. p. 243-252

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Karandinou, Anastasia ; Al-Attili, A. / Conscious interaction with immaterial space: augmented reality of everyday life. Em'body'ing virtual architecture. ASCAAD, 2007. pp. 243-252

Bibtex

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