Future of Creative Technologies

Date

2008

Advisors

Journal Title

Journal ISSN

ISSN

1757-7934
1757-7942

DOI

Volume Title

Publisher

Institute of Creative Technologies

Type

Other

Peer reviewed

Abstract

Description

The first issue of the journal of the Institute of Creative Technologies (IOCT), the Future of Creative Techologies is a collection of papers by keynote speakers at the IOCT during the period 2006-2008. The papers are introduced by editorial comments. Papers included - Howard Rheingold, Visiting Professor, Institute of Creative Technologies, Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley, and Visiting Associate Professor, Stanford University, US: "Understanding and Extending Human Sociality: Literacies, Transliteracies and 21st Century Pedagogy" Claudia Eckert, Senior Research Fellow, Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, UK: "Design Processes and the Rhetoric of Creativity" Bruce Mason, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Institute of Creative Technologies, De Montfort University, and Sue Thomas Professor of New Media, De Montfort University, UK: "A Million Penguins: An Analysis" Wendy Keay-Bright, Reader in Inclusive Design, Cardiff School of Art and Design, University of Wales Institute Cardiff, UK: "The Reactive Colours Project: Taking an Embodied Technologies, Creativity and Special Education" Pauline Oliveros, Composer-Performer, Distinguished Research Professor of Music at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, and Darius Milhaud Composer in Residence at Mills College, Oakland, US: "The Expanded Instrument System (EIS): An Introduction and Brief History" Martin Rieser, Professor of Digital Creativity, Institute of Creative Technologies and Faculty of Art and Design, De Montfort University, UK: "Mobile, Pervasive and Locative Media Art and the Reinvention of Place"

Keywords

creative technologies, digital culture, interaction, modalities

Citation

Future of Creative Technologies. 2008 1(1)

Rights

Research Institute

Institute of Creative Technologies (IOCT)
Music, Technology and Innovation - Institute for Sonic Creativity (MTI2)