Motion in Place Platform Workshop 2011 7th-9th July, ACCA Creativity Zone, University of Sussex

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Motion in Place Platform Workshop 2011  7th-9th July, ACCA Creativity Zone, University of Sussex

Time: July 7, 2011 to July 9, 2011
Location: ACCA Creativity Zone, University of Sussex
Website or Map: http://www.motioninplace.org/
Event Type: workshop
Latest Activity: Jun 14, 2011

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 The University of Sussex is delighted to host an interdisciplinary workshop exploring applications of motion capture in Arts and Humanities research, as part of the AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council www.ahrc.ac.uk) funded, Motion in Place Platform Project (www.motioninplace.org). These events share experience and interests across digital development sectors that are nurturing interdisciplinary research.  

Our 2011 Motion in Place Platform (MiPP) event will take place on July 7-8th, with a public open day on Saturday 9th. The format this year will be slightly different from our earlier workshop in June 2010, with less numerous, longer presentations, and notably a full review of the work that has been specifically achieved in the MiPP project we launched a year ago, but we will uphold the plenary format and ample moderated feedback sessions that all found so profitable last time.

We hope to see you, on our rolling South Downs campus, to be able to once more "capture" and share ideas, experience, and enthusiasm.
 

GUEST SPEAKERS
Frédéric Bevilacqua, IRCAM Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique
Simon Biggs, Edinburgh College of Art
Maaike Bleeker, Utrecht University (tbc)
Angeliki Chrysanthi, Tom Frankland and Graeme earl: The RCUK PATINA project and archaeological practice (tbc)
Bernard Frischer, University Of Virginia, University of Konstanz
Carlos Guedes, University of Porto
Adrian Hilton, University of Surrey
Luiz Naveda, Ghent University
Mike Pearson, Aberystwyth University
Sarah Rubidge, University of Chichester

MODERATORS
Caroline Bassett, University of Sussex
Tim Greenhalgh, Liberate Media

MiPP
Helen Bailey, University of Bedfordshire
Leon Barker, University of Sussex
Stuart Dunn, King’s College London
Mark Hedges, King’s College London
Sally Jane Norman, Attenborough Centre, University of Sussex
J Milo Taylor, University of Sussex
Martin White, University of Sussex
Kirk Woolford, University of Sussex

 

The workshop is free of charge and can accommodate approximately 50 participants in total. We therefore require prompt notification from persons wishing to attend for the two full days (beginning at 9:30am Thursday). Given high demand and limited capacity, only persons fully committed to attend should apply to register by contacting Cécile Chevalier, workshop coordinator at c.chevalier@sussex.ac.uk .

 

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Persons wishing to attend the workshop should return attached Part 1 at c.chevalier@sussex.ac.uk 

NB: registered attendees will be systematically informed of future events. 

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PART 1 - REQUEST TO REGISTER 

I , _____________________, wish to attend the University of Sussex Motion Capture Methodologies Workshop at the University of Sussex on July 7-8, 2011. 

Affiliation/ research area: 

Motivation for attending:  

Contact details: 


                  Address: 

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 Food requirement (vegetarian, vegan, allergies etc) please specify:

 Other specific requirement, please specify:

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