Exploring the Universe through Interactive Mass Media


Friday, December 14 2012 - 12:00 pm, PST
Scott Snibbe
Snibbe Studio

Scott Snibbe will present selections from twenty years of interactive exhibits, interactive art, and interactive music. He will show many experiences that draw inspiration from science to create unabashedly emotional, social, and physical entertainment, including recent work creating the first app album with Björk: Biophilia; and the recent interactive exhibits for James Cameron's movie Avatar. He will discuss the educational and societal benefits of interactivity; and the joys, challenges, and research involved in the creation and distribution of interactive media. As part of the lecture, the audience is invited to critically discuss the intersection of the arts and entertainment with science. 

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