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    Enhancing Presence - Immersive Sound Environments as Presence Generating Factor

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2013)

    London, UK, 29 - 31 July 2013


    Oliver Gringrich, Eugenia Emets & Alain Renaud


    This paper provides an overview of Kima - the Cymatic Musion Art project, a multi-modal networked installation, which suggests remote presence through the use of visualisation, remote sensing of sound and sound transformation. The installation is the outcome of research and work conducted by a team of artists and researchers with extensive experience in the field of telepresence. The paper firstly offers an introduction to Kima by outlining the artistic and technical objectives of the installation. Secondly, the paper offers a historical perspective of cymatics and telepresence and how both concepts relate to the installation. Thirdly, a technical overview of the installation is provided.


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