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  The art, poetics, and grammar of technological innovation as practice, process, and performance
Coeckelbergh M.  AI & Society 33(4): 501-510, 2018. Type: Article

Intrigued by the almost lyrical title (notice the alliteration of three “p”s) and the somewhat improbable connection of technology innovation to art and grammar, I stumbled upon this paper that blatantly illustrates the chasm between t...

Aug 1 2019
  Hacking choreography: dance and live coding
Sicchio K.  Computer Music Journal 38(1): 31-39, 2014. Type: Article

“What happens when algorithmic instructions are produced and given to dancers in real time and allow choreography to be created in front of an audience?” asks Sicchio (page 32). And what happens when hacker culture is incorporated into...

May 5 2015
  Flow, gesture, and spaces in free jazz: towards a theory of collaboration
Mazzola G., Cherlin P.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2009. 141 pp. Type: Book (9783540921943)

Managing innovation and spurring team creativity while working under constraints are key ingredients for success in today’s industries. Surprisingly enough, there is an artistic domain in which such concerns are also paramount--jazz imp...

May 22 2009
  Inhabited television: broadcasting interaction from within collaborative virtual environments
Benford S., Greenhalgh C., Craven M., Walker G., Regan T., Morphett J., Wyver J.  ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 7(4): 510-547, 2000. Type: Article

The design, implementation, and evaluation of what the authors call “inhabited television” is described. Inhabited television arises from the combining of broadcast television with collaborative virtual environments (CVEs). It aims at ...

Apr 23 2002
  A virtual museum
Mannoni B.  Communications of the ACM 40(9): 61-62, 1997. Type: Article

Customer service has moved from personal craftsmanship, through mass production, into a new organization of customized mass production. Virtual organizations are being used for rock and roll tours, prison construction, and home shopping. All of th...

Jul 1 1998
  Web publisher’s 3D & animation design guide for Windows
Fahey M.,  Coriolis Group Books, Scottsdale, AZ, 1996.Type: Book (9781883577933)

Usually, computer-designed artwork is created on workstations with a practically unlimited number of colors and with very small pixels on the screen or printer. For artwork that will be displayed on Web sites, one needs techniques that produce ple...

Sep 1 1997
  Visualizing with CAD
Bertol D.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 1994.Type: Book (9780387942759)

Architecture students can use this introduction to AutoCAD as a lab manual or for self-study. Its illustrations show how to visualize the design process as it merges function, form, and technology for a structure. The material is clearly presented...

Sep 1 1995
  Mark of the hand--by mouse
Hays N.  IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 14(4): 8-11, 1994. Type: Article

Tom Shaff is an artist who explores the world using a computer to create art. Beginning with Shaff’s earliest explorations--when as a left-handed person he had to learn to use his major tool, the mouse, right-handed--Hays briefly d...

May 1 1995
  The computer revolution and the arts
Loveless R. (ed),  University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, 1989.Type: Book (9780813009124)

The book contains five essays, four of them based on presentations at a 1986 conference on “The Computer Revolution and the Arts” and the fifth apparently added for good measure. Gene Youngblood’s essay, “The New Renaissanc...

Nov 1 1989
  Digital visions, computers and arts
Goodman C.,  H. N. Abrams, Inc., New York, NY, 1987.Type: Book (9789780810923614)

This book was published in conjunction with a 1987 “Computers and Art” exhibition at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York. It contains numerous color prints and a set of endnotes for further reading....

Nov 1 1989
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