desktops have infinite folders within folders (and virtual desktops - though these are finite?)
Dynamicland makes everything an interactive information piece (so the space is room/building-size), but is still constrained by the size of the building
somehow when things are at human-scale, it doesn't feel that way - you can "surround" yourself with your work, spread things apart, have some of them in the peripheral vision, some of them "in the kitchen", etc.
is this where VR kicks in?
somehow free panning in x/y makes me feel like looking through a loupe - I don't get that feeling when scrolling only vertically though
strangely, some applications of x/y pan seem ok - maps for example
maybe the issue is somewhere else - when zooming a map I don't care so much about the context anymore, but when working on a screen, I usually want all of the surrounding information, and I just can't display it all at once
I'm curious how many and what kinds of projectors would I need to have a wall for thinking