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EVA London 2010

Electronic Visualisation and the Arts

Alan Seal (editor), Jonathan Bowen (editor), Kia Ng (editor)

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ISBN: 9781906124656
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 210 x 294 x 14
Number of pages: 381
Publication date: 05 JUL 2010
Publisher: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT




EVA 2010 is co-sponsored by the Computer Arts Society and BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, of which the Computer Arts Society is a specialist group. The EVA conference series has established itself as a natural home from which to explore the richly interdisciplinary and constantly evolving world of digital visualisation. Nothing illustrates this more than the great scope, depth and diversity of the papers contained within this year's proceedings. The latest research in digital arts and new media is explored, with contributors ranging from established scholars to the new generation of research students. Conference papers cover reconstructive archaeology, virtual museology, digital arts concepts and practice, immersive environments, and digital performance and music.
Alan Seal is particularly interested in user interfaces and online public access systems. Jonathan P. Bowen is Chair of Museophile Limited, a museum and IT consultancy company, with the aim of helping museums online. Kia Ng is Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Research in Music at the University of Leeds.
Electronic arts Data, art and time The digital museum Digital museum 2 Art through evolutionary computation Digital art issues Digital art issues Electronic resources for the public Music and art Digital performance Digital arts practice Digital perceptions Art in the digital age Digital understandings of the past Experiencing history

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