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Understanding user-defined mapping design in mid-air musical performance (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Brown, D., Nash, C., & Mitchell, T. (2018). Understanding user-defined mapping design in mid-air musical performance. https://doi.org/10.1145/3212721.3212810

© 2018 Copyright held by the owner/author(s). Publication rights licensed to Association for Computing Machinery. Modern gestural interaction and motion capture technology is frequently incorporated into Digital Musical Instruments (DMIs) to enable n... Read More about Understanding user-defined mapping design in mid-air musical performance.

A cognitive vernacular for the internet of things? (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Buzzo, D. (2018, June). A cognitive vernacular for the internet of things?. Paper presented at International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2018

As the spread of engineer culture is embossed upon the minds of those increasingly ordering and interacting with their lives and that of the lives of others (for the current zeitgeist of technology is to mediate and interpose in rather than directly... Read More about A cognitive vernacular for the internet of things?.

Sonifying stochastic walks on biomolecular energy landscapes (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Arbon, R. E., Jones, A. J., Bratholm, L. A., Mitchell, T., & Glowacki, D. R. (2018, June). Sonifying stochastic walks on biomolecular energy landscapes. Paper presented at International Conference On Auditory Display 2018

Translating the complex, multi-dimensional data produced by simulations of biomolecules into an intelligible form is a major challenge in computational chemistry and biology. The so-called “free energy landscape” is amongst the most fundamental conce... Read More about Sonifying stochastic walks on biomolecular energy landscapes.

A cognitive dimensions approach for the design of an interactive generative score editor (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Hunt, S., Mitchell, T., & Nash, C. (2018, May). A cognitive dimensions approach for the design of an interactive generative score editor. Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation, Montréal, Canada

This paper describes how the Cognitive Dimensions of Notation can guide the design of algorithmic composition tools. Prior research has also used the cognitive dimensions for analysing interaction design for algorithmic composition software. This wor... Read More about A cognitive dimensions approach for the design of an interactive generative score editor.

ExpandNet: A deep convolutional neural network for high dynamic range expansion from low dynamic range content (2018)
Journal Article
Marnerides, D., Bashford-Rogers, T., Hatchett, J., & Debattista, K. (2018). ExpandNet: A deep convolutional neural network for high dynamic range expansion from low dynamic range content. Computer Graphics Forum, 37(2), 37-49. https://doi.org/10.1111/cgf.13340

© 2018 The Author(s) and 2018 The Eurographics Association and John Wiley & Sons Ltd. High dynamic range (HDR) imaging provides the capability of handling real world lighting as opposed to the traditional low dynamic range (LDR) which struggles to... Read More about ExpandNet: A deep convolutional neural network for high dynamic range expansion from low dynamic range content.

UWE Bristol: Enterprise and innovation studios in the creative technologies (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Reed, L. (2018, May). UWE Bristol: Enterprise and innovation studios in the creative technologies. Paper presented at Advance HE Embedding Employability in Higher Education symposium An Enterprising Mind-Set for Employability

Case Study for the Advance HE 2018 Symposium: An Enterprising Mind-Set for Employability.

The Volca project: A sensory experiment in collaborative visualisation (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Buzzo, D. (2018, April). The Volca project: A sensory experiment in collaborative visualisation. Paper presented at The Fifth International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging

The Volca project is a speculative photography research project that is in parts a proposal, a sensory experiment and also continual work in progress. Volca is an experi- mental camera apparatus for recording what Flusser [8, 9] would term ’technical... Read More about The Volca project: A sensory experiment in collaborative visualisation.

A parallel modular biomimetic cilia sorting platform (2018)
Journal Article
Whiting, J. G., Mayne, R., & Adamatzky, A. (2018). A parallel modular biomimetic cilia sorting platform. Biomimetics, 3(2), 5. https://doi.org/10.3390/biomimetics3020005

The aquatic unicellular organism Paramecium caudatum uses cilia to swim around its environment and to graze on food particles and bacteria. Paramecia use waves of ciliary beating for locomotion, intake of food particles and sensing. There is some evi... Read More about A parallel modular biomimetic cilia sorting platform.

A different kind of urban (2017)
Other
Lane, L. (2017). A different kind of urban

Like many, I had certain pre-conceptions about Milton Keynes when I first approached writing A different kind of urban; however, I have since had the good fortune to be guided into a deeper understanding of the many strands that make up this remarkab... Read More about A different kind of urban.

Film sequence generation strategies for automatic intelligent video editing (1997)
Journal Article
Butler, S., & Parkes, A. (1997). Film sequence generation strategies for automatic intelligent video editing. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 11(4), 367-388. https://doi.org/10.1080/088395197118190

In this article, we describe an approach to generic automatic intelligent video editing, which was used in the implementation of the LIVE system. We discuss cinema theory and related systems that recombine film fragments into sequences. We introduce... Read More about Film sequence generation strategies for automatic intelligent video editing.

Filmic space-time diagrams for video structure representation (1996)
Journal Article
Parkes, A. P., Butler, S., & Parkes, A. P. (1996). Filmic space-time diagrams for video structure representation. Signal Processing: Image Communication, 8(4), 269-280. https://doi.org/10.1016/0923-5965%2895%2900052-6

In this paper, we propose a novel approach to computer representation for interactive film editing. We describe a prototype system developed at Lancaster which uses this approach, and show how such a system supports film editing. Our work involves th... Read More about Filmic space-time diagrams for video structure representation.

danceroom Spectroscopy
Digital Artefact
Glowacki, D., Tom, M., Joseph, H., Tew, P., & Thomas, L. M. danceroom Spectroscopy

danceroom Spectrosopy (dS) is an acclaimed interdisciplinary digital arts exhibition and dance performance inspired by the scientific study of microscopic phenomenon. The project has formed a major attraction at premier international cultural setting... Read More about danceroom Spectroscopy.

Intelligent strategies for the presentation and interpretation of video in intelligent tutoring systems
Presentation / Conference
Butler, S., & PARKES, A. Intelligent strategies for the presentation and interpretation of video in intelligent tutoring systems. Poster presented at ED-MEDIA 94

Multimedia systems can now have cheap video, and Multimedia Authoring Systems are being used for creating Intelligent 'I'utoring Systems (ITS). Thus interactive film/video is now available as a resource for Us designers. Film however must be used ca... Read More about Intelligent strategies for the presentation and interpretation of video in intelligent tutoring systems.

Tide and Time
Other
Lane, L. Tide and Time

‘Tide and Time’ for brass band was commissioned in 2017 by Foden’s Band and premiered at the Royal Northern College of Music Brass Band Festival in January 2018 by Foden’s Band, conducted by Michael Fowles. Further performances have taken place by th... Read More about Tide and Time.



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