Bridging arts and socials sciences: animated and interactive panoramas in visual research

posted Nov 9, 2010, 11:33 AM by Unknown user
Author:
Roderick Coover, Temple University.

The essay considers how the digital panorama combined with techniques of motion media and interactive layering can provide makers with ways to integrate diverse research materials in a common environment. The paper goes on to consider how such uses of panorama also enable user agency, choice-making and learning. Examples include the author's works Something That Happened Only Once (2007) and Outside/Inside (2008).
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