Digital ubiquity, however, has been limited to a homogenous form: the canvas. Look around you and it is a sea of glowing rectangles. We carry them on our wrists, we mount them on our walls and we hold them in our hands: illuminated, directly identifiable descendants of the magazine, book and stone tablet.
Canvas to orb: an inflexion point in digital experience design?
Marek Pawlowski

It would be fascinating to see a statistic on the number of glowing rectangles our eyes observe in an average day…not just those which we look at directly, but all those which we catch in peripheral vision to. 100? 1000?

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