Architecture: History, Theory & Practice

event: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts

05/07/2010
07/07/2010

Sponsored by the Computer Arts Society and the British Computer Society

When? Monday 5th - Wednesday 7th July 2010

Where? EVA London will again be held in the glamourous central London headquarters of the British Computer Society, 5 Southampton Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7HA

If you are an artist, researcher, practitioner or producer using digital technologies in the cultural sector - this conference is for you.

EVA London's conference themes will include, but are not limited to:

* Digital and computational fine art and photography [read more...]

Location

5 Southampton Street, Covent Garden British Computer Society
London WC2E 7HA
United Kingdom

Survey: Virtual Research Environment Collaboartive Landscape Study

The VRE Collaborative Landscape Study project is one of several studies commissioned by the UK Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) to research on-line research collaboration in Virtual Research Environments (VREs). The focus of our study is to scope developments in VREs around the world and set them in relation to the activities in the UK.

The study aims to stimulate debate about the benefits of research collaboration facilitated by Virtual Research Environments so as to assist the JISC to provide services and strategies to support it. [read more...]

blog: London Churches, Part 1

The idea of the London Churches project is to visit every church in the City of London - and probably a few outside - and use the visits as the basis of an online work. This isn't a blog, and it certainly isn't a historical or architectural guide. It's a work of hyperfiction, but derived from real places, real experiences, real observations and real conversations. In many ways it isn't about the churches themselves, but the experience of visiting them. [read more...]

eventresources: Immersive Vision Theatres and Strategies for Knowledge Transfer

Report from the Methods Network seminar organized by Michael Punt, University of Plymouth (13 December 2007).

This workshop considered content design for immersive vision theatres. These are typically planetariums refurbished and modified to accept ±180 degree digital projection. Facilities such as these are increasing in the UK in the HE and the museum sector, and with the advent of portable inflatable domes, there is a growing interest in primary and secondary sectors.

This event aimed to identify:

Call for Papers - CHArt 2008 Conference - Seeing... Vision and Perception in a Digital Culture

Seeing... Vision and Perception in a Digital Culture
CHArt twenty-fourth annual conference
Central London Venue to be confirmed
Thursday 6 - Friday 7 November 2008

CALL FOR PAPERS

This year's CHArt conference takes seeing as its theme and the associated questions of vision, perception, visibility and invisibility, blindness and insight - all in the context of our contemporary digital culture in which our eyes are assaulted by ever greater amounts of visual stimulus, while we are also increasingly being surveyed, on a continual basis. [read more...]

event: Lansdown Lecture - Mikael Wiberg from Umeå, Sweden on architecturally situated interaction design

20/02/2008 16:00
20/02/2008 17:00

Mikael Wiberg
Associate Professor at the Department of Informatics, Umeå University, Sweden

Interactive Architecture or Interaction through Textures [read more...]

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