Digital Culture –| 2008

electronic art, technology and culture

Interactive Cinema

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I want to introduce one of the innovative cimema displays “T_Visionarium ” .  We generally watch a cinema on a flat screen, however this screen allows viewers to explore and edit a multitude of stories. We can not only watch movies in three dimensions but also it show images on a 360-degree fully surrounding screen.


The iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research established at the University of New South Wales in 2002.
The iCinema research program focuses on research into digital interactivity for benchmark applications across the arts, culture and industry. In particular it is focused on the way the digital can be used to imagine new ways of living in the contemporary world, redefining how we seek recreation and learning, and the way we work and do business.

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I talked about UK rock band in class. They didn’t have enough money to create thier music video with a professional video crew, so they  recorded a video by performing in front of surveillance cameras.
They got the footage via the Data Protection Act.
Here is the music video. It is really clever.

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Written by hideyukidesign

September 2, 2008 at 7:13 am

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  1. very good example! THX!

    betarosa

    September 2, 2008 at 7:59 am


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