EVA London 2011

BCS Covent Garden, London, UK 6th - 8th July 2011

J.P. Bowen, S. Dunn, and K. Ng (eds.) EVA London 2011: Electronic Visualisation & the Arts. Proceedings of a conference held in London 6-8 July 2011. BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, 2011.



Plenary Session: The three dimensions
Paul Richens and Marion HarneyReconstruction of Historic LandscapesPaper
Nick LambertFrom the dome of heaven to a cupola in space: re-engaging with imagery and symbolism through 3D digital art installationsPaper
Stephanie AdolfOptical Measurement Techniques for multi-dimensional measurement of Cultural HeritagePaper
Plenary Session: Museums: technologies and interactions
Sarah McDaid, Silvia Filippini-Fantoni and Matthew CockHandheld handholding: small-screen support for museum visitorsPaper
Oluwaoyin Sogbesan and Natalia Grincheva'Universal' access in 3000 years? The Digital Collections of the State Hermitage MuseumPaper
Danny Birchall'Things': a case study in getting from accession to online display in 60 minutesPaper
Koula Charitonos, Canan Blake, Eileen Scanlon and Ann JonesMuseum Learning 2.0: How (can) Web 2.0 technologies be used for enhancing the museum learning experience?Paper
Plenary Session: New digitizations
Chris RowlandFishing with sound: An aesthetic approach to Visualising our Maritime HeritagePaper
Anthony Head3D Weather - Towards a Real-time 3D Simulation of Localised WeatherPaper
Yi-Hui HuangUnderstanding digital-altered photographs through photographers' views of reality: Matt Siber as an examplePaper
Richard Laing and Johnathan ScottThe Devil is in the DetailPaper
Parallel Session: Social Networking
Rob Burton'KikiSalon Presents...': A Journey into Conceptual Brand and Product Development utilising Social Networking and New Media to Analyse Issues of Diversity, Authenticity and Collaborative Practices in Art and DesignPaper
Maureen Kendal and Alan HudsonOn the Beach - A handbook for using 3D virtual digital platforms like Second Life - 'the WEISL' - 'Writing Explorations in Second Life'Paper
Doron Goldfarb, Max Arends, Josef Froschauer, Dieter Merkl and Martin WeingartnerCombining Cultural Heritage Related Web Resources in 3D Information LandscapesPaper
Parallel Session: Demonstrations
Jan Wojdziak, Martin Zavesky, Ingmar S. Franke, Christian Lambeck and Rainer GrohGuest Login - Visitor-centred Information DesignPaper
Parjad SharifiWhispers of The Still CityPaper
Marilli Mastrantoni and Evangelos HaviarisDe-FencesPaper
Plenary Session: Virtual Worlds
Paul Hazelwood, Amanda Oddie, Steve Presland and Brian Farrimond3D Spatiotemporal Reconstruction of Places and Events for Digital HeritagePaper
Amanda Oddie, Paul Hazelwood, Brian Farrimond and Steve PreslandApplying Deductive Techniques to the Creation of Realistic Historical 3D Spatiotemporal Visualisations from Natural Language NarrativesPaper
Simon ElliottThe Garden of IdeasPaper
Keynote Paper
Paul SquiresDigital Publishing: tension and attentionPaper
Plenary Session: Visualisation of Spaces
Amir SoltaniEmbodied Airborne Imagery: Low-Altitude Urban Filmic TopographyPaper
Richard Beales, Ajay Chakravarthy, Sam Kuhn, Steve Luther, Michael Selway, Mike Stapleton and James StevensonICON: Authentic 3D Cultural Heritage Models for the Creative IndustriesPaper
Xin Li, Xia Zhang, Peng Cui, Zhiyong Fu, Shiqiang Yang and Baoguo CuiThe Visualization of Mass Information in Social Network with a Holistic ViewPaper
Graham Diprose and Mike SeaborneAn Alternative Approach to Conserving Digital Images into the 23rd CenturyPaper
Parallel Session: 3D Imaging Technology
Richard Collmann and Dirk van der KnijffVirtual 3D Object Imaging for Cultural Artefacts: DemonstratorPaper
Graeme Earl, Philip Basford, Alexander Bischoff, Alan Bowman, Charles Crowther, Jacob Dahl, Michael Hodgson, Leif Isaksen, Eleni Kotoula, Kirk Martinez, Hembo Pagi and Kathryn E. PiquetteReflectance Transformation Imaging Systems for Ancient Documentary ArtefactsPaper
Lindsay W. MacDonaldVisualising an Egyptian Artefact in 3D: Comparing RTI with Laser ScanningPaper
Parallel Session: Education and Philosophy
Charlotte CroftsTechnologies of seeing the past: the Curzon memories AppPaper
Colette TomDigital Simulation: a new kind of artifice?Paper
Karen ChamThe architecture of the imagePaper
Parallel Session: History
Xavier Laumain, Angela López Sabater and Carlos Huerta GabardaVirtual technologies for archeaological studies of Nolla's ceramic mosaicsPaper
Tessa Morrison and Ning GuWhat architectural historians can learn from augmented reality technologies?Paper
Elena Logdacheva, Yuri Vinogradov, Sergei Shvemberger and Nikolay Borisov3D reconstruction of Cimmerian Bosporus painted cryptsPaper
Alan Payne, Peter Fry, Heather Lane, Robert Smith and Julio D'EscrivanSemantic browsing: a new way to explore and discover heritage treasuresPaper
Dimitris Mylonas and Lindsay MacDonaldAn online colour naming workshopPaper
Plenary Session: Digital Art
Sean ClarkRevisiting interactive art systemsPaper
Donatella BarbieriEncounters in the archive - capturing the experience of the interaction between the artist and the archivePaper
Azadeh Mohammadi and Taraneh MeshkaniInteractive wallpaper (Panel Session)Paper
Keynote Paper
Beryl GrahamMuseums, new media art, documentation and collectionPaper
Plenary Session: Performance Technology
Ruth GibsonCapturing stillness: visualisations of dance through motion/performance capturePaper
Matt Benatan, Ian Symonds and Kia NgMobile notion: multimodal device augmentation for musical applicationsPaper
Grethe Mitchell and Andrew ClarkeCapturing and Visualising Playground Games and Performance: A Wii and Kinect based motion capture systemPaper
Parallel Session: Performance
Daniel Felstead and Kate BaileyCurating performance installationsPaper
Paul WiersbinskiTOYs - interactive AV performancePaper
Parallel Session: Demonstrations
Radu Moraru, Oana Gui and Pr.Ioan Chirilã3D modelling of an important symbol of orthodox wooden churches: the imperial gatesPaper
Iñigo Giner MirandaTratado de imágenes (for live trio and video track)Paper
Joe OsmondBirdsong for prisonersPaper
Plenary Session: Visualisation and the arts
Veronika ReichlThe Joy of Visual MetaphorsPaper
Tom KeeneThe Apple Barrier: an open source interface to the iPhonePaper
Susan Jane Jones and Lynne HallThe photograph as a cultural arbitrator in the design of virtual learning environments for personal and social education for children and young peoplePaper
Conference exhibition and research workshop
Martha GabrielSensitive Rose and the Cross-media EraPaper
Seana McNamarThe Norse Myth of Odin - digital art series on thought and memoryPaper
Javier PeredaLucha Libre: visualizing behind the maskPaper
Mikel HorlDigital rejoinders: time and place, hither and thither, war and peacePaper
Anastasios Maragiannis and Emmanouil KanellosTypographical Experimental Research in AudioVisual Spaces [T.E.R.A.S. lab]Paper
Phil TaylorThe lo-fi phenomenon - analogue versus digital in the creative processPaper
Eva Van PasselSustainable Digital Access to Cultural Heritage: Organizational, Financial and Policy ChallengesPaper
Lewis SykesThe Augmented TonoscopePaper
Angeliki Chrysanthi, Constantinos Papadopoulos and Tom FranklandEvaluating 'Tangible Pasts': A Mixed Reality Application for Cultural HeritagePaper
Joe OsmondAbstract Animation and the Art of SoundPaper
Renata GasparMoving Along: performance and moving-image as contemporary media of a global circulation of culturePaper