[X3D-Public] PhD Project: ImMApp : sound art archive: Video Documentation : request for feedback
nicke.olofsson at gmail.com
Sat May 16 11:59:18 PDT 2009
Perhaps you should take a look at some of the work produced by uma
(http://www.uma.at). They won an award back in ~1998 for a similar
application called "schafft:wissen". And I assume they still have the
Melvin platform which would work with ontologies and stuff similar to
what you do (I'm guessing a little bit). Uma has some very bright
people, and really know everything about how to make the most out of a
3d context for browsing complex and relatively unstructured information.
Maybe some of them are still listening on these mail-list if you are
lucky. Maybe they would be interested in your work.
Some feedback. Since I used to work for uma 10 years ago, what you
present is really nothing new to me. But it looks good, feels good, and
is for sure worth exploring.
j milo taylor skrev:
> Dear All,
> Please take a look at this project, I would be very interested in any
> feedback you have.
> It will be of interest to any into experimental music, sound art,
> installation art, databases and the potential of X3D for information
> visualisation and sonification.
> The short film documents one element of my practice-based research. The
> ImMApp environment is intended as a installation / performance tool, a
> teaching aid, and what i understand to be an innovative exploration of
> contemporary approaches to history (Foucault, Deleuze and Guattari). It
> also been informed by such media theorists as McLuhan, Manovich, Kittler
> and Haraway.
> Each aspect of the ImMApp is generated dynamically through XSLT of XML
> derived from a MySQL database.
> I am in the evaluation stage of the project and any thoughts anyone has
> (positive or negative) would be really useful.
> I hope you enjoy it, and apologies if some of the terminology is a bit
> obscure (that's Foucault for you :-) )
> Best Regards,
> J Milo Taylor
> milo at suborg.net
> p.s. The earlier part of the project is available at
> http://www.vimeo.com/4232320 and this explains what is meant by
> ontology, genealogy and so on.
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