“Inter-Culture Computing: ZENetic Computer” by Tosa, Matsuoka and Thomas

  • ©Naoko Tosa, Seigo Matsuoka, and Henry Thomas

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    Inter-Culture Computing: ZENetic Computer

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    Introduction

    People of many different nationalities, cultures, and customs live in the world. With this method of inter-cultural computing we offer a new, personal experience through which people can feel and understand different cultures.[1] This leads to a real understanding of “symbiosis” which is important for peace throughout the world. Through esoteric riddles, ZENetic teases particular cognitive responses from users as reflections of their inner, subliminal consciousness. With stories portrayed in ink painting, haiku, and kimono, ZENetic conveys the rich allegorical interaction of Eastern philosophy.


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    Tosa, N. Chapter19: Expression of emotion unconsciousness with art and technology, ìAFFECTIVE MINDS,î ELSEVIER, pp. 183-201 (2000)

    Matsuoka, S. The Sansui thought , Gogatsu shobo (2003) (In Japanese)

    Liu, Y. Davis, P. Dual synchronization of chaos, Physical Review E, 61 pp. R2176-R2179 (2000)


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