Transparency_1

Abstract : In very general terms, a technical artefact becomes transparent when the sensorimotor contingencies have been assimilated and become second nature; concomitantly the interface itself, as such, drops out (disappears) from consciousness, to be replaced by a presence of objects and the actions that the user is performing in the world.
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John Stewart, Armen Khatchatourov. Transparency_1. Enaction and enactive interfaces : a handbook of terms, Enactive Systems Books, pp.2990-291, 2007. ⟨hal-00980539⟩

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