While technology has provided convenience, flexibility, and global connectivity in our daily lives, it has also made us long for the warmth of more tactile experiences — things with a human touch. This creative research from Corbis Images suggest we’re recognizing the need to slow down and unplug, allowing time for low-tech activities, creative pursuits, and relationships.
We are living in a techno-centric era. Technology is firmly planted in our lives. As geography and time zones blurr giving access to 24/7 media, communication and entertainment – as global citizens we are tired, stressed out and chaotic than ever before. Technology is supposed to give us the opportunity to be creative and constructive. Instead, as a nation we suffer from massive ADD in the grips of imminent nervous breakdown. As a result, stress reduction has become a top priority.