Defining Space

Wednesday, 24 July
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 103

Session Chair: Jacquelyn Martino, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Hiding Spaces: a CAVE of Elusive Immateriality
An immersive VR artwork developed for the CAVE environment explores the new spatial ambiguities that can delight the viewer in the virtual world.

Cynthia Beth Rubin
Rhode Island School of Design
cbrubin@risd.edu

Daniel F. Keefe
Brown University



Synchronous Pronouncement
A generative, immersive, interactive installation that explores organic visual patterns generated by displacement of users in a space. Projections of animations are presented in a 360-degree semi-transparent wall.

Sandra Villarreal
Pratt Institute
sandra@villarrealstudio.com



CT (City Tomography)
A 3D information city on the Web. Visitors can interact by "building wall browsers" to get information about the city and communicate with others.

Fumio Matsumoto
Plannet Architectures
matsumoto@plannet-arch.com

Akira Wakita
Keio University



Wegzeit: The Geometry of Relative Distance
Six models for visualizing non-isotropic space in virtual–reality space that uses relative units like seconds instead of absolute units. The work explores the time-space structure of Los Angeles.

Dietmar Offenhuber
Ars Electronica Center
didi@fl.aec.at





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