2014

DAY 1: TUESDAY 8TH JULY

MORNING
Conference opened: Suzanne Keene

Plenary Session: Seeing music and Performance

Alexander Deweppe, Nuno Diniz, Pieter Coussement and Marc Leman. Engaging Audiences through a Participatory Design Approach with the Interactive Music Installation ‘SoundField’
Anna Shvets and Charles de Paiva Santana. Modelling of Arvo Pärt's Music with OpenMusic
Kia Ng, Joanne Armitage and Alex McLean. The Colour of Music: Real-time Music Visualisation with Synaesthetic sound-colour Mapping

Keynote speaker

Sally Jane Norman. Live Engagement with Data

Plenary Session: Electronic art

João dos Santos. Moving Drawings. A Digital Mediation for the Linear Drawing Metaphor: The Line as the Trace Left by a Moving Point
Iris Asaf. The Poetic and the Thoughtful: The Creative Poiesis of Algorithmic Art and Design
Michael Lesk and Annamarie Klose. Summarising Pictures
Eunice Gonçalves Duarte. X Stories of a Technology Breakdown: How Digital Tools Influence Aesthetic and Artistic Options

AFTERNOON

Research Workshop

Parallel session: papers – Imaging technology for culture

David Lyons and David R. Flatla. Eye For An Eye
Francesca Uccheddu, Anna Pelagotti, Vito Cappellini and Emanuela Massa. 3D Technology for Measurement of Paintings Surface Deformations: A Case Study
Clare Brennan and Lynn Parker. Animating Dance and Dancing with Animation: Retrospective of Forever Falling Nowhere
Joana Moll. Surveillance through Social Networks along the US-Mexico border

Parallel session: Demos

Licia Calvi. Experiencing Van Gogh’s heritage: A Case Study
Eunice Gonçalves Duarte. X Stories of a Technology Breakdown: How Digital Tools Influence Aesthetic and Artistic Options
Marco Gillies, Shakti Zapata Gomez and Sebastian Zimmer. Suzie’s dance: reliving dance through motion capture animation of photographs
Lee Wagstaff. Transforming Photographs into Sculptures

Parallel session: Papers - Visualising the body

Xin Tong, Diane Gromala, Chris Shaw and Patrick Clarke. Transformation between Electronic Arts and Chronic Pain: Long-term Body Activity Data Visualization and Pain Animation Expression
Jiann Hughes. BB got your Beat: Visualise Heartbeats within a Biosensing Artworks
Angela Chang, Selene Mota and Henry Lieberman. GestureNet: A Common Sense Approach to Physical Activity Similarity

Parallel session: Demos

Anna Shvets and Charles de Paiva Santana. Modelling of Arvo Pärt's Music with OpenMusic
Laura Carletti, Dominic Price, Gabriella Giannachi, Rebecca Sinker, Derek McAuley and John Stack. Art Maps - Putting the Tate Collection on the Map
David Lyons and David R. Flatla. Eye For An Eye

DAY 2: WEDNESDAY 9TH JULY

MORNING

Plenary Session: Museums and collections

Suzanne Keene. Museums and the Digital: The View From from the Micro Gallery
Alison Taubman. Cybraphon: Collecting the Physical or the Digital at National Museums Scotland?
Derek J. Smith. Trench Gothic: The Computer Visualisation of a Disturbing Great War Artwork

Keynote speaker

Lizzie Jackson. ''Findability': A Central Issue for Quality Media in a Networked World

Plenary Session: Communities and the digital

Camille C. Baker. ICT&ART Connect: Connecting ICT & Art Communities – Early Outcomes
Angela Chang, Lidet Tilahun and Cynthia Breazeal. Visualisations of Data from the Literacy Tablet Reading Project in Rural Ethiopia
Moshe Caine, Eyal Tagar and Idit Ben Or. Unfolding communities: Imaging the Past – Envisioning the Future

AFTERNOON

Parallel session: Papers - Visualising landscapes

Kieran Baxter. Grounding the Aerial: The Observer’s View in Digital Visualisation for Built Heritage
Daniel Buzzo. Time Travel: Time Dilation
Stuart Dunn. Crowd-sourced Cartography to Visualize the Forgotten: Mapping Britain's Corpse Roads
Tessa Morrison and Mark Rubin. Using Visualisation to Test Historical Utopian Cities on a Modern Audience

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Alison Taubman. Cybraphon: Collecting the physical or the digital at National Museums Scotland?
Cameron Beckfield and J C Diaz. Tulsa’s Art Deco Cross-Platform Mobile Tour App
Amy Robinson. The Zandra Rhodes Digital Study Collection project at the University for the Creative Arts

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Jonathan Weinel, Stuart Cunningham, Nathan Roberts, Shaun Roberts and Darryl Griffiths. EEG as a Controller for Psychedelic Visual Music in an Immersive Dome Environment
Toby Gifford, Simon Linke and Leah Barclay. Listening to the Thames

Parallel session: Papers - Imaging, music and performance

Lindsay MacDonald, Ali H. Ahmadabadian, Stuart Robson and Ian Gibb. High Art Revisited: A Photogrammetric Approach
Helena Bisby, Adam Cooper, Stephen James, Alec Robertson and Kia Ng. A Tactile Audio-Visual Interface using Sound Source Localisation
Damián Keller, Nuno Otero, Victor Lazzarini, Marcelo Soares Pimenta, Maria Helena de Lima, Marcelo Johann and Leandro Costalonga. Relational Properties in Interaction Aesthetics: The Ubiquitous Music Turn
Kia Ng, Alex McLean and Alan Marsden. Big Data Optical Music Recognition with Multi Images and Multi Recognisers

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Chiara Passa. The Widget Art Gallery
Federico Visi, Duncan Williams, Eduardo Miranda and Giovanni Dothel. An Immersive Media Model of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Terry Trickett. Visual Music
Lindsay MacDonald, Ali H. Ahmadabadian, Stuart Robson and Ian Gibb. High Art Revisited: A Photogrammetric Approach

Parallel session: Workshop

Leigh Garrett, Robin Burgess, Amy Robinson and Anne Spalding. Exploring Research Data Management in the Visual Arts

Computer Arts Society Reception and EVA London 25th Birthday Panel

James Hemsley - 25 years ago: looking toward the future

DAY 3: THURSDAY 10TH JULY

MORNING

Plenary session: Augmented reality

Kevin Whiteside, Gentry Atkinson, Mary Mikel Stump, Dan Tamir and Grayson Lawrence. Musing: Adaptable mobile augmented reality application for museums and art galleries
Roma Patel and Deborah Tuck. Narrative approaches to design mutli-screen Augmented Reality Experiences
Carl H. Smith. Context Engineering Hybrid Spaces for Perceptual Augmentation

Keynote speaker

Tom Wickham-Jones. Exploring the beauty of mathematics with Mathematica

Parallel session: Papers - 3D imaging

Jeni Maleshkova and Matthew Purver. Beyond the White Cube: Presentation of Visual Art in Interactive 3D Environments
Hartmut Schwandt and Joachim Weinhold. 3D-Technology for Museums in Berlin
Bernd Breuckmann. 25 Years of High Definition 3D Scanning: History, State of the Art, Outlook
Martin Doerr, Ioannis Chrysakis, Anastasia Axaridou, Maria Theodoridou, Christos Georgis and Emmanuel Maravelakis. A framework for maintaining provenance information of cultural heritage 3D-models

Parallel session: Demonstrations

David Bouchard. Data Materiality
Kristina Mettus and Anna Nazarova. Fundamental research in cosmoparticle physics and the Visualization: simbiosis of graphics and conceptualization
Jeremy C. Creasey. Creating Pictures in Quick Response Codes

Workshop

Franco Niccolucci and Paola Ronzino. Learning Opportunities for Sharing Data in the ARIADNE Project

AFTERNOON

Parallel session: Papers - Interfaces

Oliver Gingrich, Eugenia Emets and Alain Renaud. Transmission - Sonifying, VIsualising and Analysing Neural Activity through Telepresence
Calliope Georgousi. Innovating iTV Browsing: Designing an affective search engine
Murat Germen. The unstoppable rise of mobile imaging and aesthetics

Parallel session: Demonstrations

Andre Murnieks. Connecting with Users Though Interactive Prototyping: Understanding User Behavior through Building the Black Box and its Electronic Innards
Jeni Maleshkova and Matthew Purver. Beyond the White Cube: Presentation of Visual Art in Interactive 3D Environments
Gretchen Andrus. Wearable Technology and Electronic Visualization of Artistic Process: Google Glass Meets Fine Art Painting
Oliver Gingrich, Eugenia Emets and Alain Renaud. Transmission - Sonifying, VIsualising and Analysing Neural Activity through Telepresence

Plenary session: Digital enhanced reality

Rikke Schmidt Kjaergaard and Ebbe Sloth Andersen. Seeing Streptococcus pneumonia, a common killer bacteria
Jonathan P. Bowen and Tula Giannini. Digitalism: The New Realism?

Conference summing up