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Gogglebox of the Future (installation at AHRC Beyond Conference)

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Gogglebox of the Future (installation at AHRC Beyond Conference). Lindley, Joseph (Artist); Coulton, Paul (Producer); Gradinar, Adrian (Producer). 2019. Beyond Conference : AHRC.

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title = "Gogglebox of the Future (installation at AHRC Beyond Conference)",
abstract = "Gogglebox of the Future captures and communicates a range of authentic reactions to the technological provocations which the Living Room if the Future project raises: Is it preferable to have the living room constantly sensing you and your guests? Does adaptive furniture which automatically becomes part of the programme enhance the viewing experience? How do we make judgements about the use of our (and our loved ones) data?",
author = "Joseph Lindley and Paul Coulton and Adrian Gradinar",
year = "2019",
month = nov,
day = "20",
language = "English",
publisher = "AHRC",

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