Scenario

Publications

Books

Ed Scheer. (2011). Scenario-The Atmosphere Engine. UNSW Press and ZKM: Sydney and Karlsruhe.

Journal articles

Neil C.M. Brown, Timothy Barker and Dennis Del Favero. (2011). “Performing Digital Aesthetics: The Framework for a Theory of the Formation of Interactive Narratives”, Leonardo 44(3) (forthcoming – accepted July 2010).

A.Sridhar and A.Sowmya. (2011). “Distributed, Multi-Sensor Tracking of Multiple Participants within Immersive Environments using a 2-Cohort Camera Setup”, Machine Vision and Applications (Forthcoming – accepted August 2010).

A.Sridhar and A.Sowmya. (2008). “Multiple Camera, Multiple Person Tracking with Pointing Gesture Recognition in Immersive Environments”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5358(I), G. Bebis et al. (Eds.), Berlin: Springer Verlag: 508-519.

Conference papers

Dennis Del Favero and Timothy Barker. (2010). “Scenario: Co-Evolution, Shared Autonomy and Mixed Reality”, Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR2010), Seoul, 13-16 October.

Timothy Barker. (2010). “Interactive Aesthetics: iCinema, Interactive Narratives and Immersive Environments”, 15th Biennial Conference of The Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand, Sydney, 30 November – 3 December.

Maurice Pagnucco. (2010). “What is Artificial Intelligence in Scenario?”, 15th Biennial Conference of The Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand, Sydney, 30 November – 3 December.

Laura Aymerich. (2010). “Respuesta emocional de los participantes en un juego interactivo en un ambiente virtual”, II Congreso Internacional AE-IC Málaga 2010 Comunicación y desarrollo en la era digital (II Interational Congress, AE-IC), Malaga, Spain, 3-5 February.

A.Sridhar, A.Sowmya and P.Compton. (2010). “On-line, Incremental Learning for Real-Time Vision Based Movement Recognition”, IEEE 9th International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications ICMLA 2010, Washington, DC, USA, 12-14 December.

A.Sridhar and A.Sowmya. (2009). “SparseSPOT: Using A Priori 3-D Tracking for Real-Time Multi-Person Voxel Reconstruction”, Proceedings of the 16th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology (VRST 2009), S. N. Spencer (Ed.), Kyoto, Japan, November, 135-138.

Laura Aymerich. (2009). “Identification with an Animated Object and its Relationship to Emotions in a Virtual Environment”, Entertainment = Emotion Conference, Benasque, Spain, 15-21 November.

Volker Kuchelmeister, Dennis Del Favero, Ardrian Hardjono, Jeffrey Shaw and Matthew McGinity. (2009). “Immersive Mixed Media Augmented Reality Applications and Technology”, Advances in Multimedia Information Processing, 10th Pacific Rim Conference on Multimedia, Paisarn Muneesawang, Feng Wu, Itsuo Kumazawa, Athikom Roesaburt, Mark Liao, Xiaoou Tang (Eds.), Bangkok Thailand, 15-18 December, 112-118.

Volker Kuchelmeister. (2009). “Universal Capture through Stereographic Multi-Perspective Recording and Scene Reconstruction”,Advances in Multimedia Information Processing, 10th Pacific Rim Conference on Multimedia, Paisarn Muneesawang, Feng Wu, Itsuo Kumazawa, Athikom Roesaburt, Mark Liao, Xiaoou Tang (Eds.), Bangkok Thailand, 15-18 December, 974-981.

Tim Ströder and Maurice Pagnucco, (2009). “Realising Deterministic Behavior from Multiple Non-Deterministic Behaviors”, Proceedings of the Twenty First International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI’09), Pasedena, USA, 11-17 July, 936 – 941.

Dennis Del Favero, Neil Brown, Jeffrey Shaw and Peter Weibel. (2007). “Experimental Aesthetics and Interactive Narrative”, ACUADS Conference Report, Sydney, University of New South Wales.

Matthew McGinity, Jeffrey Shaw, Dennis Del Favero and Volker Kuchelmeister. (2007). “AVIE: A Versatile Multi-User Stereo 360-Degree Interactive VR Theatre”, The 34th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, San Diego, 5-9 August.