Phantasmagoria: Composing Interactive Content for the humanaquarium

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  2. Dr Robyn Taylor
  3. Dr Guy Schofield
  4. Dr John Shearer
  5. Professor Patrick Olivier
Author(s)Taylor R, Schofield G, Shearer J, Boulanger P, Wallace J, Olivier P
Editor(s)Taylor, R., Boulanger, P., Kr├╝ger, A., Olivier, P.
Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference NameSmart Graphics: 10th International Symposium on Smart Graphics
Conference LocationBanff, Canada
Year of Conference2010
Source Publication Date24-26 June 2010
Series TitleLecture Notes in Computer Science
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humanaquarium is a mobile performance space which draws upon the traditions of busking and street performance to engage audiences in collaborative, creative play. We describe how the conceptual and physical nature of the performance space affected the way we composed the audio/visual performance content in Phantasmagoria, an interactive art piece built for the humanaquarium environment.
PublisherSpringer Berlin / Heidelberg
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