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MA/MSC lecture for IOCT at De Montfort University by Professor Martin Rieser

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  • The convergence of mobile technologies and pervasive computing methods are creating a world where information-rich layers can be mapped directly onto urban topologies.The blurring of the boundaries between physical and virtual demands a new theory-base to explain our changing concepts of the “real”, and, with the growth of hybrid environments, the concomitant changes in sociability and communication patterns.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • We appear to need a redefinition of the concept of physical space (including hybrid environments), since through such technologies a new perception of urban space is emerging which is not visual, but conceptual.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • This paper will examine and critically align a number of projects using mobile and pervasive technologies which have challenged the design and delivery of mobile services from around the world, as documented on the author’s weblog and forthcoming book Mobile Audience. These will be presented together with examples from the Artist’s own research and practice, including Riverains , an exploration of underground Manchester through mobile technology, commissioned by the b.tween Festival; Vienna Underground : an experiment in multi-linear film narrative and performance for mobiles, reinventing the Third Man for the 21st Century,
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • Marketing of the idea and game will be heavily dependent on web presence through U-Tube, social media sites, Google Map links and virals
  • In the face of new enclosures of public electronic space, through surveillance and border control, biometrics and consumer tracking technologies, as Crandell puts it :   The challenge is not only to endeavor to understand this operational construct, but to understand the forms of opposition to it that are emerging in the globalized world. For the operational is only one "window" onto reality. There are other orientations that counter it, and for which, by its very nature, it is unable to account. It is powerless to envision terms of engagement that do not operate according to its logics. It can only assign them to the realm of the barbaric or irrational: that which lies outside of its license on reason. Ibid CTheory
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.
  • Analysing and redefining the emergent visual and auditory languages required to enable the realisation of effective interactive narrative and art forms in urban and site-specific environments is a huge challenge. But only through such an understanding of the new and radical forms of experiment, can we attempt to map changes in sociability and communication patterns and new forms of collaboration.

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