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    Plenary Session: Culture in the new world
    Plenary Session: Seeing data
    Parallel Session: The place and the digital
    Parallel Session: Demonstrations
    Parallel Session: Digital art and research
    Plenary Session: Sound and life
    Plenary Session: Building the virtual
    Workshop
    Parallel Session: Visualisation, maps and structures
    Parallel Session: Demonstrations
    Parallel Session: Digital art and networked culture
    Parallel Session: Demonstrations
    Plenary Session: Art and performance
    Plenary Session: Communities and research
    Parallel Session: Imaging
    Parallel Session: Demonstrations
    Plenary Session: Digital imaging
    Conference Exhibition

    Plenary Session: Culture in the new world

    An overview of the pixel ware project at the Oriental Museum, Durham
    Andrew Richardson

    A study of the iPhone app at Kew: Improving visitor experience
    Caryl Mann

    Subjectivity in contemporary visualization of reality: re-visiting Ottoman miniatures
    Murat Germen

    Keynote speaker

    Maker Culture FTW
    Ian Hughes, Metaverse evangelist

    Plenary Session: Seeing data

    Spot the difference! Plagiarism identification in the visual arts
    Leigh Garrett and Amy Robinson

    Visualising mutual engagement
    Nick Bryan-Kinns and Jennifer G Sheridan

    Using eye- and gaze-tracking to interact with a visual display
    Slavko Milekic

    Grow: visualising nature at nanoscale
    Erica Seccombe

    Parallel Session: The place and the digital

    QRchitecture
    Stefan Zedlacher

    Usability, design and content issues of mobile apps for cultural heritage promotion: the Malta Culture Guide experience
    Stefania Boiano et al.

    The Intangible Archive
    Jeanie Sinclair and Philip Reeder

    Exploring the issues of digital outdoor architectural projections
    Anthony Head

    Parallel Session: Demonstrations

    The virtual metropolis
    Michael Peters and Mike Parsons

    Parallel Session: Digital art and research

    KAPTUR: exploring the nature of visual arts research data and its effective management
    Leigh Garrett and Marie-Therese Gramstadt

    Unlocking the archive document
    Melanie Rozencwajg and Jhava Chikli

    Virtual tours for museum exhibits
    Kyle Johnson et al.

    Wittgenstein and Tufte on Thinking in 3D: 'Escaping Flatland'
    Kelly Hamilton

    Plenary Session: Sound and life

    Making audience experiences more meaningful and emotionally engaging through mixed visual and audio media
    John V H Bonner et al.

    The Life Project
    Camille Baker et al.

    Visualising sound: Localisation, feature analysis and visualisation
    Jack Armitage et al.

    Keynote speaker

    Theatre design and digitisation
    William Dudley, RDI

    Plenary Session: Building the virtual

    The brain as game
    Danny Birchall and Martha Henson

    Visualizing Maya
    Aylish Wood

    Roman Portraiture and biometric identification
    Damian Schofield et al.

    Reconfiguring experimental archaeology using 3D reconstruction
    Stuart Dunn and Kirk Woolford

    Workshop

    Usability Lab
    Michael Twidale

    Parallel Session: Visualisation, maps and structures

    Projection Augmented Relief Models (PARM): tangible displays for geographic information
    Gary Priestnall et al.

    Visualizing the main monuments of Crete through an abstract interactive 3D
    model

    Panagiotis Parthenios

    Applying augmented reality to preserving industrial heritage
    Tessa Morrison et al.

    Audiovisual installation: interactive imprinting of sound in water
    Sotiris Konstas

    Parallel Session: Demonstrations

    Visualising Breath
    Peter Hobson et al.

    Synthetic animated realities
    Simon Finn

    Parallel Session: Digital art and networked culture

    Connecting performance artists with digital audiences: A case study of Scratch Online
    Eric T. Meyer and Isis Amelie Hjorth

    Parallel Session: Demonstrations

    Experiencing culture through the use of interactive digital board
    Oluwatoyin Sogbesan

    The Talking Quilt - Augmenting domestic objects for communal meaning-making
    Sara Heitlinger et al.

    Plenary Session: Art and performance

    Eliciting writing-like behaviour in sign language through photographic representation of movement
    Roman Miletitch et al.

    Creative computing and the re-configuration of dance ontology
    Hetty Blades

    mConduct: a multi-sensor interface for the capture and analysis of conducting gesture
    Joanne Armitage et al.

    Keynote speaker

    Tapping the power of music in sport and exercise
    Costas Karageorghis

    Plenary Session: Communities and research

    Visualising virtual communities: From Erdős to the arts
    Jonathan P. Bowen and Robin J. Wilson

    Digital infrastructure for art historical research: thinking about user needs
    Christina Kamposiori

    Quantifying Culture: The value of visualization inside (and outside) libraries, museums, and the academy
    Chris Alen Sula

    Parallel Session: Imaging

    Encouraging the acquisition of drawing skills in game design: A case study
    Leila Maani and Nina Reeves

    Enhancing spatial cognition to improve pattern recognition within mixed reality environments
    Carl Smith

    Paradigm Shift: an eco-friendly approach to create and display stereoscopic geometric designs
    Hsin Hsin Lin

    Real-time 3D gesture visualisation for the study of Sign Language
    Roman Miletitch et al.

    Parallel Session: Demonstrations

    Inside Out: blessed are the machines that allow us to see
    Eunice Gonçalves Duarte

    Body-image: crossing science and art
    Olga Pombo et al.

    Viewers’ engagement in nonlinear storytelling: ‘Journeys in Travel’
    Christin Bolewski

    Anisotropia: movements towards a lyrical design
    Christoph Klemmt

    Plenary Session: Digital imaging

    What we see when we look at medical images
    Nola Semczyszyn

    Cultural heritage destruction: Documenting parchment degradation via multispectral imaging
    Alejandro Giacometti et al.

    High Art: Visualising damage on a heritage ceiling
    Lindsay MacDonald et al.

    Conference Exhibition

    Livecell
    Kingsley Ash and Nikos Stavropoulos

    Imponderable Music: Using infrasonic frequencies as a stimulus for haptic perception within installation based work
    Justine Flynn

    The Building Project
    Jorge Luis Dieguez Salaza and Jose Carlos Flores

    Boeing Man(1964):the Origin of Realistic Algorithmic Human Figures
    Jie Wu

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