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EVA London 2012: Conference programme Day 1: Tuesday 10th July

8.30 9.15 10.00 1.00 9.20 10.20 Registration opens Conference opened by Suzanne Keene, EVA London Chair Parallel session: Research workshop Chair: Oluwatoyin Sogbesan Plenary Session: Culture in a new world Chair: Suzanne Keene Andrew Richardson. An Overview of the Pixel Ware project at the Oriental Museum, Durham Caryl Mann. A study of the iPhone app at Kew: Improving visitor experience visiting Ottoman miniatures Keynote speaker introduced by Stuart Dunn Ian Hughes, Metaverse evangalist

9.20 9.40

10.00 Murat Germen. Subjectivity in Contemporary Visualization of Reality: Re10.20 11.00

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Break
Plenary Session: Seeing data Chair: Kia Ng 11.30 Leigh Garrett, John Collomosse and Amy Robinson. iTrace: plagiarism identification in a visual world

11.50 Nick Bryan-Kinns. Visualising mutual engagement 12.10 Slavko Milekic. Using eye- and gaze-tracking to interact with a visual display 12.30 Erica Seccombe. Grow: visualising nature at nanoscale. 1.00 2.15 2.20 3.40 Lunch break Workshop
To be confirmed

2.20 3.40

Parallel session: papers The place and the digital Chair: Carl Smith

2.20 Stefan Zedlacher. QRchitecture. 2.40 Stefania Boiano, Giuliano Gaia and Jonathan P. Bowen. Usability, design and 3.00
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2.20 3.40 content issues of mobile apps for cultural heritage promotion: the Malta Culture Guide experience Jeanie Sinclair and Philip Reeder. Sound/Walking: Performing the oral history archive in St Ives

3.20 Discussion Parallel session: Demonstrations Chair: Oluwatoyin Sogbesan 2.20 Michael Peters and Mike Parsons. Virtual metropolis 2.40 Slavko Milekic. Using eye- and gaze-tracking to interact with a visual display 3.10 Anthony Head. Digital architectural projections 3.30 Discussion Break Parallel session: papers Digital art and research Chair: Nick Lambert 4.10 Leigh Garrett and Marie-Therese Gramstadt. KAPTUR: exploring the nature of
visual arts research data and its effective management

3.40 4.10 4.10 5.30

4.30 Melanie Rozencwajg and Jhava Chikli. Unlocking the archival document

4.50 Kyle Johnson, Julio Diaz and Robert Pickering. Virtual Tours for Museum
Exhibits

5.10 Kelly Hamilton. Wittgenstein and Tufte on Thinking in 3D: On Escaping


Flatland'

4.10 5.30

Parallel session: Demonstrations Chair: Sarah McDaid

4.10 Murat Germen. Subjectivity in Contemporary Visualization of Reality: Re4.30 4.50


visiting Ottoman miniatures Jeanie Sinclair and Philip Reeder. Sound/Walking: Performing the oral history archive in St Ives Caryl Mann. A study of the iPhone app at Kew: Improving visitor experience identification in a visual world

5.10 Leigh Garrett, John Collomosse and Amy Robinson. iTrace: plagiarism
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Conference day closes


Conference reception and book launch Registration opens Plenary Session: Sound and life Chair: Graham Diprose John V H Bonner, Devina Ramduny-Ellis and David Peebles. Making audience experiences more meaningful and emotionally engaging through mixed visual and audio media Evan Rascab, Camille Baker, Fiona French and Nick Rothwell. The Life Project David Moore. Visualising Sound: Data Capture, Feature Analysis and Visualisation Keynote speaker introduced by Jonathan Bowen Bill Dudley. Theatre design and digitisation Roger Marshall, Deputy President, BCS: Response and thanks Break Plenary Session: Building the virtual Chair: Nick Lambert 11.30 Danny Birchall and Martha Henson. The brain as game 11.50 Aylish Wood. Visualizing Maya 12.00 Damian Schofield, Katharina Lorenz, Stephanie Davy-Jow and Matthew Anderson. Roman Portraiture and biometric identification 12.30 Stuart Dunn and Kirk Woolford. Reconfiguring experimental archaeology using 3D reconstruction

Day 2: Wednesday 11th July

9.20 9.40

10.00 Kia Ng, Jack Armitage, Michael Battcock, Chris Earnshaw, Kyle Molleson and
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Lunch break 2.20 Workshop


Introduction by Jonathan Bowen Michael Twidale. Usability lab Parallel session: papers Visualisation, maps and structures Chair: Suzanne Keene Gary Priestnall and Jeremy Gardiner. The Projection Augmented Relief Model (PARM) technique: Combining the Merits of Digital Mapping and Physical Landscape Models [Panagiotis Parthenios. Visualizing the main monuments of Crete through an abstract interactive 3D model] Tessa Morrison, Ning Gu and Nicholas Foulcher. Applying Augmented Reality to Preserving Industrial Heritage Sotiris Konstas. Audiovisual installation: imprinting interactive sound in water

2.20 3.40

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Parallel session: Demonstrations Chair: Sam Connor

2.20 2.40 3.00 3.20 3.40 4.10 4.10 5.30

Danny Birchall and Martha Henson. The brain as game Peter Hobson and Jayne Wilton. Visualising Breath Simon Finn. Synthetic Animated Realities Discussion

Break Parallel session: papers Digital art and networked culture Chair: Sarah McDaid
4.10 Eric T. Meyer and Isis Amelie Hjorth. Connecting performance artists with digital audiences: A case study of Scratch Online 4.30 Rosemary Russell and Jonathan P. Bowen. The Yahoo! Homepage, Ad Technology and Visual Arts 4.50 Christoph Klemmt. Anistropia. 5.10 Discussion

4.10 5.30

Parallel session: Demonstrations Chair: Graham Diprose


4.10 Oluwatoyin Sogbesan. Experiencing Culture through Interactive Digital Board 4.30 Tony Stockman, Orla Oflanagan and Tarot Couzyn. The Talking Quilt Augmenting Domestic Objects for Communal Meaning-Making 4.50 Stuart Dunn and Kirk Woolford. Reconfiguring experimental archaeology using 3D reconstruction 5.10 Gary Priestnall, Jeremy Gardiner, Jake Durrant and James Goulding. Projection Augmented Relief Models (PARM): Tangible Displays for Geographic Information

5.45 7.30
8.30 9.20 10.20

Reception and book launch sponsored by Libri Publishing


Conference dinner at Carluccio's, a local restaurant
Registration opens Plenary Session: Art and performance Chair: James Hemsley 9.20 Morgane Rbulard, Claire Danet, Roman Miletitch, Raphal de Courville, Dominique Boutet and Patrick Doan. Eliciting writing-like behaviour in sign language through photographic representation of movement 9.40 Hetty Blades. How is the ontology of dance performance re-configured by the new visualisation methods? 10.00 Kia Ng, Joanne Armitage, Phoebe Bakanas, Joel Balmer, Paul Halpin and Kyle Hudspeth. mConduct: A Multi-Sensor Interface for the Capture and Analysis of Conducting Gesture Keynote speaker introduced by Kia Ng Costas Karageorghis. Applied sport psychology - psychophysical effects of music in sport and exercise

Day 3: Thursday 12th July

10.20 11.00

11.00 11.30
11.30 1.00

Break
Plenary session: Communities and research Chair: Stuart Dunn 11.30 Jonathan P. Bowen and Robin J. Wilson. Visualising virtual communities: From Erdos to the arts 11.50 tbc 12.00 Christina Kamposiori. Digital infrastructure for art historical research: thinking about user needs

12.30 Chris Alen Sula. Quantifying Culture: The Value of Visualization inside (and
outside) Libraries, Museums, and the Academy 12.50 David Adshead. The National Trust- collaborative research with the Centre for Digital Entertainment

1.00 2.15
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Lunch break 2.20 2.40 3.00 3.20


Parallel session: papers Imaging Chair: Kia Ng Leila Maani and Nina Reeves Encouraging the Acquisition of Drawing Skills in Game Design: A Case Study Carl Smith. Enhancing Spatial Cognition to Improve Pattern Recognition within Mixed Reality Environments Hsin Hsin Lin. Paradigm Shift: an eco-friendly approach to create and display stereoscopic geometric designs Roman Miletitch, Raphal de Courville, Morgane Rbulard, Claire Danet, Patrick Doan and Dominique Boutet. Realtime 3D gesture visualisation for the study of Sign Language Parallel session: Demonstrations Chair: Suzanne Keene Eunice Duarte. Inside Out: Blessed are the machines that allow us to see Olga Pombo, Catarina Nabais, Marco Pina and Silvia Di Marco. Body-image: crossing Science and Art Christin Bolewski. Viewers engagement in nonlinear storytelling: Journeys in Travel A Database Video Installation Discussion

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Break 4.10 4.30


Plenary session: Digital imaging Chair: Stuart Dunn Nola Semczyszyn. What we see when we look at medical images Alejandro Giacometti, Alberto Campagnolo, Lindsay MacDonald, Simon Mahony, Melissa Terras, Stuart Robson, Tim Weyrich and Adam Gibson. Cultural Heritage Destruction: Documenting Parchment Degradation via Multispectral Imaging Lindsay MacDonald, Stuart Robson and Ian Gibb. High Art Visualising Damage on a Heritage Ceiling Conference summary: George Mallen Conference closes

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