Digital interactive systems have long since become a natural part of our lives. It is only a matter of time before almost every object and environment in our lives is digitised. We are experiencing a transition from dealing with individual dedicated "computers" to interacting in immersive environments in which and with which we interact: in modern offices, in production lines, in intensive care units, operating theatres in hospitals, public places or smart homes.
In the future, we will move in large digitised spaces where the real world will seamlessly merge with the digital world. However, we know little so far about how we humans embed ourselves in these environments and what impact this has on collaboration and the shaping of (working) relationships. While the focus of current research in the field of interactive systems is on the question of successful technical implementation of immersion, but also the performance and error rates in these environments, the perspective of shaping technology beyond optimisation of tasks towards a positive, appreciative and connecting design of these immersive environments is missing. This applies to both the private and professional spheres.