Computationally Augmented Artefacts for Live Performance
Jennifer Sheridan has been awarded a grant from the Leonardo-Net to complete a multidisciplinary and collaborative digital live artwork project between several universities in the UK. The project is based on computationally-augmenting artefacts for live performance and is based on her PhD thesis which combines computing and live art.
Leonardo-Net is an international, radically interdisciplinary research network led by the UK, set up to define a programme of research in the area of culture, creativity and interaction design. Drawing researchers from art, design, IT, computer science, engineering, architecture, cultural studies, and media studies, to name a few, the idea is to look at human-computer interaction (HCI) as it pertains to the theory, design and application of interactive technologies.
Fri 19 August 2005
Lancaster University and resident company The REACH Centre have been recognised for their outstanding track-record of working together at a prestigious award ceremony.
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Wed 12 November 2014
On 24th October, forty teachers from across the South Lakes area visited the Faculty of Science and Technology, as part of a partnership between Lancaster University, Research Council UK, and the South Lakes Federation.
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Peter Hodgson, who has just successfully defended his PhD, has now rounded off the achievement with the award of an EPSRC Doctoral Prize by the Faculty of Science and Technology.
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Lancaster University has played a lead role in the inaugural meeting of a new engineering network for all types of engineers working on particle accelerators in the UK.
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