Topic: interactivity

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Ludi Lunt now open for Applications

Ludi Lunt is a hack-camp event looking to find ways to help revive the appeal of the historic Lunt Roman Fort in Baginton just outside Coventry. Be part of this unique opportunity to spend a weekend with other creative people at this amazing location, devising ways to improve the visitor experience, reveal more of the site’s fascinating past and breathe new life into this cultural gem. Continue reading


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Social Behaviours and Learning in Smart Communities

Deadline: 15 September 2014 Continue reading


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Social media and networks for multimedia content management

Deadline: 15 October 2014 Continue reading


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New digital media plays a crucial part of the Indonesian general elections

Digital art and social networks have played a key part in publicity and youth-mobilisation in the Indonesian general elections. Social media platforms, notably Twitter, have been crucial in appealing to voters under the age of 30. Last week an avatar campaign featuring… Continue reading


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When “Digital” meets artistic treasures: Anagni, the “City of Popes”, virtual tour

The project “Navig@nagni” was born in 2009 to let the world know the artistic trasures of the “City of Popes” through the web. This has been by scanning the major historical and artistic sites with a laser scanner which, in addition to a perfect 3D modeling, has allowed a scan hundreds of equirectangular pictures, using a special software developed by… Continue reading


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Context of change for European performance practice

This study, held in the framework of the RICHES Project, wants to explore the transformation of Dance and Performance practice as a result of digital technologies within the European context. If you are a dance and performance practitioner, performer, educator, or researcher and are willing to reflect on how digital technologies have impacted on your experience of performance practice, please share with us your views by completing our survey. Continue reading


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‘Digital Latin America’ aims to show Latin potential for digital artistic creation

‘Digital Latin America’ is a multisite exhibition of digital art that aims to break with traditional stereotypes of the region as ‘backward’, especially in terms of technology and digital potential. The exhibition emerged as an idea from the Latin American Forum at the 2012 Eighteenth International Symposium of Electronic Art, which is sponsored by Albuquerque’s 516 ARTS. Continue reading


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Building the project’s foundation

On 13th May i2CAT Foundation, in collaboration with the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (UIC), organised the first RICHES open to all activity in Barcelona. The activity focused on building the project’s foundation and establishing the project’s taxonomy: a set of basic definitions and conceptual frameworks which will delineate RICHES’ fields of research and further study on the context of change and the role of Cultural Heritage (CH) in the economic and social development in Europe. Continue reading


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Summer Digital Art Workshops 2014

Initiated in 2005, the Summer Digital Art Workshops go on with this 10th edition! The various courses address techniques and expressions increasingly used in visual arts, installations, performing arts, audio-visual or digital art (net art, code art, interactivity, …) and introduce practices based on open source softwares. Continue reading


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Connecting cities urban media symposium

In the framework of the European project Connecting Cities: Participatory City 2014, iMAL organises an Urban Media Lab masterclass. To first enrich the thinking and open new perspectives, renowned researchers and artists were invited for discussing various aspects of urban media during a two days symposium. The symposium is free and open to the public. Due to the limited amount of seat, registration is highly recommended! Continue reading