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CommUnification - USI Design Case Final Presentation

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This presentation covers a design concept called "CommUnification," which is a portmanteau of communication and unification. …

This presentation covers a design concept called "CommUnification," which is a portmanteau of communication and unification.

The CommUnification project is an initiative by User-System Interaction students (http://usi.id.tue.nl/pub/page.php?pid=1 0) at the Eindhoven University of Technology (http://w3.tue.nl/). It is being carried out as part of the larger Future Workspaces project (http://www.futureworkspaces.nl/) at the Telematica Institute (http://www.telin.nl/).

If you would like to provide some feedback on this concept, feel free to take our quick survey. Watching the video takes about 6 1/2 minutes, and the survey will take you about 3 1/2 more. Here's the link: http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersu... ; thanks in advance!

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