Topic: interactivity

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Tumblr takes centre stage in Diesel’s Reboot campaign

The use of Tumblr to commission pieces for a campaign indicates the growing importance of social media networks and blogging sites in the production and dissemination of artistic creation in new media. Creators of consumer products are really paying attention to the uses of blogging in their discovery and exploration of artistic talent. Continue reading


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Brighton Digital Festival 2013 is a huge success

There really isn’t much more you could ask for from a digital festival and the Brighton Digital Festival demonstrates the huge range of ideas, activities and experiences that can be incorporated into a digital arts event. In terms of events and activities offered, it is estimated that the festival grew over 60% in size, as an average of 6 events were held each day. Continue reading


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Harvard Museum’s Index Magazine goes digital

The Harvard Museum of Art recently announced the launch of a digital magazine, which will be a digitalised copy of its already existing Index magazine. The magazine, available on the internet at the Index magazine website, documents arts news and interviews with artists involved in projects that make up the three Harvard Museums. Continue reading


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The pixel crossing installation

It consists of LED colorful graphics that decorate the walls of the tunnel, making the walk a musical and visual sensory experience. Attracteurs Etranges is an installation of virtual reality, generative and interactive, where the mathematic universe of strange attractors and fractals becomes poetical, through dancing colors that react to, and keep trace of, the people’s movements once they walk across the tunnel. Continue reading


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Linked Heritage training programme

The Learning Objects, developed in the frame of Linked Heritage, range from Europeana to aggregation, metadata standards, linked data, terminology, etc.) and address an identified shortage of awareness of these important topics. Continue reading


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Digital Heritage 2013 event in Marseille

The event is very wide. For this reason, to provide an effective way for participants to explore such a rich and diverse program, Digital Heritage 2013 built an interactive schedule featuring social networking, a personal agenda builder, dynamic attendee directories, and more. Users can view the schedule in list, grid, and other forms as well as on mobile devices. Continue reading


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9th International SITIS Conference

From the 2nd to the 5th of December 2013, at the Terrsa Conference Center of Kyoto, in Japan, was held the IEEE 9th International SITIS Conference. The SITIS conference is dedicated to research on the technologies used to represent, share and process information in various forms, ranging from signal, image and multimedia data to traditional structured data and semi-structured data found in the web. Continue reading


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Archeovirtual, The Future’s Museum

On the 14th – 17th November 2013, in Paestum (Salerno), on the occasion of the Mediterranean Expo of Archaeological Tourism (BMTA), is being held Archeovirtual, the largest international exhibition of virtual and robotic reality applied to cultural heritage. During the Workshop on Saturday 16th, the attendees will discuss the topic “The Future’s Museum”, centred on the problem of museum communication. Continue reading


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CULTURE is the password for the future

The main aim of Lu.Be.C. 2013 was to join together best representatives from public institutions and private companies to discuss about valorization of cultural heritage and tourism, through focus groups, workshops, debates and seminars which were highlighted and identified new tools for unlocking the amazing potential for the development of Italy. Valuable guests and expertise enhanced the general theme: Culture is the password for the future. Continue reading


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‘Art & Algorithms’ Digital Art Festival

While other digital festivals concentrate more on using gallery spaces to present digital art, Art & Algorithms demonstrates how digital art can step away from the traditional presentation of art. As part of the festival a huge range of short films will be screened and the huge variety of countries the producers and directors of these films come from shows that this is truly an international festival. Continue reading