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ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art
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Tuesday, August 18 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
[Session 23] Interacting with the Virtual

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Priyanka Borar. Puppetree: a remediation of theatre, from spectatorship to co-authoring [View Short Paper]

Saeedeh Bayatpour, Ulysses Bernardet, Steve Dipaola, Alexandra Kitson and Bernhard Riecke. Exploring Facial Expressions for Human-Computer Interaction: Combining Visual Face Tracking and EMG Data to Control a Flight Simulation Game [View Long Paper]


Timothy Barraclough, Dale Carnegie and Ajay Kapur. Pyxis Minor: App Design for Novel Social Music Experiences [View Short Paper]

Rewa Wright. Mobile Augmented Reality Art and the Politics of Re-assembly [View Short Paper]

Tara Elizabeth Cook  "Contemporary Legacies: The lossful image under the conditions of compression" [View Short Paxis]
 

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Priyanka Borar

New media designer
Priyanka is a New media designer and researcher based out of Bangalore, India. She enjoys playing with technology and bending it to discover new forms of expression. Her research interests lie in discovering how performing arts can inform the changing aesthetics of human-computer interaction . She earned her master’s in New Media Design from National institute of Design after graduating in Information Systems from BITS Pilani, India. This... Read More →
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Steve DiPaola

Prof, Dir of Cog Sci, Simon Fraser University
Steve DiPaola, active as an artist and a scientist is director of the Cognitive Science Program at Simon Fraser University, and leads the iVizLab (ivizlab.sfu.ca), a research lab that strives to make computational systems bend more to the human experience by incorporating biological, cognitive and behavior knowledge models. | He is most known for his AI based computational creativity (darwinsgaze.com) and 3d facial expression systems (for The... Read More →
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Bernhard Riecke

Associate Professor, Simon Fraser University
I am a psycho-physicist and Cognitive Scientist who’s excited about study­ing how humans orient in vir­tual and real envi­ron­ments. I received my PhD in Physics from the Tübingen University in Germany and researched for a decade in the Virtual Reality group of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany. After a post-doc in Psychology at Vanderbilt University I joined the School of Interactive Arts & Technology of Simon... Read More →
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Rewa Wright

PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales
Hello, I am an artist from New Zealand, fascinated by shifts in dynamic systems and emergent computational assemblages. I work across the territories of generative art, online art, AR, documentary, and live audio-visual performance. In a former professional life, I crossed industrial with indigenous media in broadcast, post-gallery and live performance situations. At the moment I like generating unholy conjunctions of sound and image in Unity... Read More →


Tuesday August 18, 2015 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Studio D, Room 2270 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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