In an increasingly complex, networked and seemingly more effective world, work is placed at the center of the life of modern mankind. This evolution of work caused by the increasing technological progress builds the center of this project.
Douglas Engelbart, who is best known as the inventor of the computer mouse but besides that he founded the field of human–computer interaction, while working at his Augmentation Research Center (ARC) lab in Stanford Research Institute (SRI International). He started the Augmenting Human Intellect program at Standford in 1962, which lead to his famous presentation in 1968.
In An Editorial Interpretation of Engelbart’s “The Mother of All Demos” all the groundbreaking publications from Engelbart‘s 1962 initiative Augmenting Human Intellect Program and the resulting presentation “The Mother of All Demos” were collated, edited, transcribed before being transferred into the medium of a book.
An Editorial Interpretation
of Douglas Engelbart‘s
The Mother of all Demos
185 × 260 mm