Browsing by Subject "human-computer interaction"

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Browsing by Subject "human-computer interaction"

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  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    The Cape Jeremy Affair is an experimental music theatre composition for 2 musicians and 2 laptop computers. It is created from a text: a 1969 sledge report from the British Antarctic Survey that described an arduous, and ...
  • Vear, Craig (Article)
    This paper will reflect on several practice-based investigations that examined the transformational effect of performing artists collaborating with thinking machines. A series of works have been created that forefront ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    http://composersedition.com/composers/craigvear/ce-cv1fs1 The title of this piece is borrowed from a Jasper Johns painting from 1959. Johns' works have been a point of inspiration for many decades, due to his abstraction ...
  • Chen, Tin Kai (Thesis or dissertation / Doctoral / PhD)
    Recent, innovative developments in the field of gesture interfaces as input techniques have the potential to provide a basic, lower-cost, point-and-click function for graphic user interfaces (GUIs). Since these gesture ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    This composition is inspired by my personal experience of sitting on a balcony in Antarctica, overlooking the frozen George VI sound which lies in-between Alexander Island and Palmer Land. This was an extraordinary place, ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    The collection of compositions in 'Summerhouses' explores the microsound worlds within found sound. These compositions were created during my fellowship with the Centre for Environmental and Marine Sciences at the University ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    Three Last Letters is a music composition that imagines the last moments in the minds of Scott, Wilson and Bowers before they die in a tent, alone on an Antarctic Ice Shelf in 1912. It was created using facts and suppositions ...
  • Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
    The inspiration for this composition comes from two sources, D.W. Griffiths' film 'The Unchanging Sea' (1910), and it's inspiration, Charles Kingsley's poem, 'The Three Fishers', used here as libretto. The central theme ...