post-digital era

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post-digital era

(1) Since the advent of the digital age. Today's time frame. See post-PC era.

(2) Beyond the digital age. In this context, the postdigital era (often sans dash) refers to a humanistic approach to solving problems (discourse, cooperation, etc.) with less emphasis on numerical analysis and computerized solutions for everything. See post-PC era.
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In "Total Designer: Authorship in the Architecture of the Postdigital Age", architect, researcher, and educator Lluis Ortega develops an alternative and inclusive approach to contemporary architecture based on the general hypothesis that the impact of digitalization on architectural culture is similar to the effects of the linguistic turn in philosophy--and steers clear of exclusive dichotomous approaches, without the foundational reconsideration of the discipline or its ontological conservation.
What's more, its main focus could be defined as an answer to the question of how we should interpret this context in order to help author and time paint together in synchronicity, to help them be more creative and critical, especially in the context of a particular period: in our present, which is already postdigital to some extent.
The hyrbid press features two pre-digital and two postdigital UV flexo stations, a six color Graphium inkjet print engine, hybrid semi and full rotary diecutting with auto die load, autoset slitting and a twin rewind.
As I consider recent developments and debates in periodical research, it seems that a similar divide between the pre- and postdigital worlds has manifested itself.
Our roles and responsibilities as researchers and teachers are complicated as we (re)mediate the past, the archival and the critical heritage, in a postdigital world.
The award was also granted on the occasion of Materialise's inclusion in MAD's newest exhibition, Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital (16/10/2013 - 6/7/2014).
TRACK T * Re-Imagining the Future: Technology and the Postdigital Experience
The difference is mostly generational: Where Oehlen employs a computer mouse, among other devices, to spoof on "expression" and the painter's hand, Ferris is strictly (on the canvas, at least) postdigital.
While not ideal for clients, a relatively small collection in limited formats made management of the service straightforward compared to the postdigital transformation of library services.
Mitchell's location egalitarianism is a signal that his brief references to issues of class and access in the postdigital revolution polis are merely nods.
On simple shelves he displayed a series of mounted and enlarged media promotions for e-commerce products that pointed to the continuity in advertising between the pre- and postdigital eras.
Along with their postpunk blurring of the normal mainstream rock distinctions--between vocals and instruments, frontline and backline--they inhabit a postdigital wall-of-grunge mix that's as filthy as a wrecked 78 and as precise as a laser.