EVA London 2014

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Held annually in July, EVA London is one of the international EVA conferences (Electronic Visualisation & the Arts) series. It is an event where people using or interested in the new technologies can share their experiences and network in a friendly, collaborative atmosphere. Its focus is on the development and application of visualisation technologies, including art, music, dance, theatre and the sciences.

Themes for EVA London 2014 are:

  • Computer Arts and Electronics
  • Data and Scientific Visualization
  • Digitally Enhanced Reality and Everyware
  • Music and Performance
  • Open Source and Technologies
  • Virtual Cultural Heritage

Call for papers is open until 10th January 2014.

EVA London:

  • has a focus on visualisation for the arts and culture – interpreted broadly to include its implications, effects, and consequent strategies and policies
  • covers the burgeoning creative uses of digital media for works of art and creative productions
  • is a networking event for groups and projects, including European projects and groups
  • includes a free-of-charge Research Workshop for MA, MSc and PhD students and others, to share their research in a friendly and informal setting
  • is inspiring and informative, collaborative and friendly

EVA London is a conference of the Computer Arts Society, a specialist group of the Chartered Institute for IT (BCS). It is sponsored and supported by these organisations.

The program of the 2014 edition will be soon available here.

 

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