2013

Programme

Paper preprints online: http://www.eva-london.org/publications

Day 1: Monday 29th July

MORNING

Conference opened by Stuart Dunn, EVA London Chair

Plenary Session: Digital Enhanced Reality

Martha Henson, Alex Butterworth and Danny Birchall. Creating magic on mobile
Tula Giannini. Visualizing Brooklyn: the Brooklyn visual heritage website
Oliver Gingrich, Eugenia Emets and Alain Renaud. Enhancing Presence – Immersive Sound Environments as Presence Generating Factor

Keynote speaker

Steve DiPaola. Future trends: adding computational intelligence, knowledge and creativity to interactive exhibits and visualisation systems

Plenary Session: Computer Arts

Steve Dipaola and Allison Smith. Interactively exploring Picasso's multi-dimensional creative process in producing Guernica
Leigh Garrett, John Collomosse and Amy Robinson. iTrace: plagiarism identification in a visual world
Pattarawut Subyen, Thecla Schiphorst and Philippe Pasquier. EMVIZ(Flow): an artistic tool for visualising movement quality
Joanne Armitage and Kia Ng. Multimodal music composition
Tom Schofield. Neurotic Armageddon indicator: a data sculpture

AFTERNOON

Workshop

Tara Daniel, Linsey Pollak and Michelle Williamson. The sound playground

Parallel session: papers – Data visualisation

Florian Kräutli and Stephen Boyd Davis. Known unknowns: representing uncertainty in historical time
Carina E.I. Westling, Leon Barker, Aoife Healy, Robert Needham, Harry J. Witchel and Nachiappan Chockalingam. Spatial data correlation: an interactive 3D visualisation tool for correlating the motion capture data streams from different devices
Jen Southern and Chris Speed. Shared distance: the poetry of data in collaborative GPS visualisations

Parallel session: Papers - Music and performance

Gavin Wood and Aeron Buchanan. Introducing the music access platform
Rebecca Carter, Thomas McKenzie, Lawrence Sarkar and Kia Ng. From seeing to feeling sound: a multimodal interface for trans-domain mapping of sound
Marco Gillies, Shakti Zapata Gomez and Sebastian Zimmer. Suzie’s dance: reliving dance through motion capture animation of photographs
Elisa Sereno-Janz. FiddleLights: kinetic signatures of the bow hand-visualising fiddle tunes and contemporary violin performance

Parallel session: papers + demo. Imaging, 2D, 3D and Hi-Def

Richard Collmann, Ann Borda and Dirk Van Der Knijff. Reflectance Transformation Imaging using white, ultra-violet and infra-red light sources
Demo: Martha Henson, Alex Butterworth and Danny Birchall. Creating magic on mobile.
Demo: Florian Kräutli and Stephen Boyd Davis. Known unknowns: representing uncertainty in historical time

Parallel session: papers - museums, libraries and archives

Tessa Morrison, Helen Giggins and Nicholas Foulcher. Timeline Newcastle: reconstructing industrial Newcastle - implementation and exhibition
Eoin Kilfeather. Visualising museum stories
Katina Hazelden, Matthew Yee-King, Roberto Confalonieri, Fiammetta Ghedini, Carles Sierra and Mark d'Inverno. WeCurate: enriching the sociocultural practices of the museum experience

Parallel session: Demos.

Gavin Wood and Aeron Buchanan. Introducing the music access platform
Oliver Gingrich, Eugenia Emets and Alain Renaud. Enhancing Presence – Immersive Sound Environments as Presence Generating Factor
Steve Dipaola and Allison Smith. Interactively exploring Picasso's multi-dimensional creative process in producing Guernica
Jen Southern and Chris Speed. Shared distance: the poetry of data in collaborative GPS visualisations

Day 2: Tuesday 30th July

MORNING

Plenary Session: Art and electronics

Frauke Zeller, David Harris Smith and Immony Men. my kulturBOT 1.0
Suk Kyoung Choi and Steve Dipaola. How a painter paints: an interdisciplinary understanding of embodied creativity
Jerome J. Leary. Development of portable painting format for CNC painting

Keynote speaker

Linda Candy. Creativity and evaluation: supporting practice and research in the interactive arts

Plenary Session: Scientific Visualisation

Diana Marques, Robert Costello and José Azevedo. Augmented reality facilitating visual literacy for engagement with science in museums
Augoustinos Tsiros. The dimensions and complexities of audio-visual association
Mieke Pfarr-Harfst. Virtual scientific models
Ed Cookson and Will Case. London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic opening and closing ceremonies: audience pixel content

AFTERNOON

Parallel session: Papers - Built and natural environment

Simone Helena Tanoue Vizioli, Joubert José Lancha and Paulo César Castral. Drawing and surface: freehand architectural drawing mediated by digital
Vajira Premadasa and Michael Pearce. Digital visualisation and design development in hgistoric building projects.
Tessa Morrison. Utopian cities from 15th to 19th century literature: a philosophical investigation through 3-D visualisation
Panagiotis Parthenios. Visualising the main monuments of Crete through an abstract interactive 3D model

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Mel Woods, Hadi Mehrpouya and Jamie Forth. Booksight: Visualising the library of ideas
Rebecca Holderness and Matthew Russell. Learning to think and create outside the box: using digital media in a blended theatre course
Kirk Woolford. Tracing time: the art and science of visualising human motion
Marianne Markowski and Dominique Rivoal. Teletalker - making online face-to-face interaction easier for older people

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Carol MacGillivray, Bruno Mathez and Frederic Fol Leymarie. The Diasynchronoscope project: investigations in screen-less apparent motion
Flavia Caviezel. RhyCycling - fluid borderland (Exhibition)

Parallel session: Papers - Museums, Libraries and Archives

Eva Van Passel and Olga Van Oost. On convergence and open data: challenges for libraries, archives and museums
Irida Ntalla. Haptic interactions through touch-screen interfaces

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Diana Marques, Robert Costello and José Azevedo. Augmented reality facilitating visual literacy for engagement with science in museums
Frauke Zeller, David Harris Smith and Immony Men. my kulturBOT 1.0
Jerome J. Leary. Development of portable painting format for CNC painting
Augoustinos Tsiros. The dimensions and complexities of audio-visual association

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Jazz Rasool. Advancing traditional relevance based social networking to resonance driven social fieldworking using mindfulness visualisation
Lucie Hernandez. Exploring the infographic: designing our digital selves
Simone Helena Tanoue Vizioli, Joubert José Lancha and Paulo César Castral. Drawing and surface: freehand architectural drawing mediated by digital

Conference reception (supported by the Computer Arts Society)

Computer Arts Society Lecture: Paul Brown.
Notes Towards a History of Art, Code and Autonomy

Day 3: Wednesday 30th July

MORNING

Plenary session: Motion and Performance

Ian Grant. Surfaces and shadows: digital shadow puppetry and augmented silhouette performance Ian Grant
Paula Varanda. Body and movement visualisations in new media dance
Kelly Hamilton. Mapping motion: the principles of motion capture and the law of projection

Keynote speaker

Don McIntyre. Open Locast: how MIT's evolving media platform is being used to improve connections between people and their social, cultural, and physical spaces

Parallel session: Papers - Imaging

Gareth Beale, Nicole Beale, Ian Dawson and Louisa Minkin. Making digital: visual approaches to the digital humanities
Ryan Dodge and Laura Haapio-Kirk. The Sharypic PhotoWall at the Royal Ontario Museum: an experiment in real-time crowdsourcing
Ileana Maris, Ard Huizing, Wim Bouman and Marijke Oosterbroek. The curious case of design thinking in museums

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Daniela de Paulis. OPTICKS and visual moonbounce
Brian Wichmann and Tony Lee. Analysis and synthesis of Islamic geometric designs
Ryo Ikeshiro. Audiovisual demo/performance of the construction in self series

Workshop

Derek J. Smith: The cognitive science of aesthetic interaction

AFTERNOON

Parallel session: Papers - Computer arts

John Hillman. Ten things to take: a community education project to re-image space, place & memory using digital photography
Karl Harrison, Jonathan P. Bowen and Alice M. Bowen. Electronic visualisation in chemistry: from alchemy to art
Valerie Mace: Re-imaging the environment
Hans-Peter Gasselseder. Re-orchestrating game drama: the immersive experience of dynamic music in video games

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Demo: Gareth Beale, Nicole Beale, Ian Dawson and Louisa Minkin. Making digital: visual approaches to the digital humanities
Daniel Hughes-Mcgrail, Thomas Roth-Berghofer and Ian Grant. Extracting of Figurative Realities — Practical high fidelity photogrammetry, gesture and performance capture

Plenary session: Seeing music and Performance

Camille Baker. Open-source, custom interfaces and devices with live coding in participatory performance
Camille Baker and Kate Sicchio. Hacking the body
Anna Shvets. Interactive application for visualisation of the form of written postmodern music
Conference summing up