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“If it moves: shoot it!!”- Comparing Enactive Immersion  Processes in Fruition of Computer  Games, Simulations and  Cinematographic Possible Worlds
 

“If it moves: shoot it!!”- Comparing Enactive Immersion Processes in Fruition of Computer Games, Simulations and Cinematographic Possible Worlds

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Slides for a talk at the VII MAGIS Gorizia-Gradisca International Film Studies

Slides for a talk at the VII MAGIS Gorizia-Gradisca International Film Studies
Spring School, March 27-April 2, 2009, for the Workshop: "Playing the Game"

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    “If it moves: shoot it!!”- Comparing Enactive Immersion  Processes in Fruition of Computer  Games, Simulations and  Cinematographic Possible Worlds “If it moves: shoot it!!”- Comparing Enactive Immersion Processes in Fruition of Computer Games, Simulations and Cinematographic Possible Worlds Presentation Transcript

    • VII MAGIS
      Gorizia-Gradisca International Film StudiesSpringSchool, March 27-April 2, 2009
    • Patrick J. Coppock
      University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Social, Cognitive and Quantitative Science, School of Communication and Business
      http://unimore.it
      http://sce.unimore.it
      patrick.coppock@unimore.it
      Network: game_philosophy@unimore
      http://game.unimore.it
    • My Title
      “If it moves: shoot it!!”
      Comparing Enactive Immersion Processes in Fruition of Computer Games, Simulations and Cinematographic Possible Worlds
    • First PersonShooter
    • RPG SecondPerson
    • CharacterPortraits
      Freeman was born in Seattle, Washington, and from the time he was a child, he had a strong interest in theoretical physics. After seeing some teleportation experiments, teleportation and its applications became Gordon’s obsession. He eventually received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics.
    • SpeedRuns
    • EnactiveInterfaces
    • Player – Avatar Relations
    • Brain-Wave Interface
    • First PersonShooter
    • Player-Console Relations
    • HolisticGameplaySpace
    • HolisticCinematographicPlayspace
    • TransworldTransmediaGamespace
    • TransworldTransmediaGamespace
    • TransworldTransmediaGamespace