Thoughts On: Computer Ubiquity

by Beauchamp Art

If computers became so ubiquitous that they were incorporated into every object, surface and system – including people – would there no longer be a need to make the distinction of a ‘computer’ and non-computer? The machine object becomes a redundant concept, since everything is computerised, much as omnipresent virtual reality (for those experiencing it) would cease to distinguishing between object; physical, and subject; digital reality.