Screenspace

Screenspace

Kevin H. Jones (University of Oregon, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-196-4.ch003
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Abstract

From tiny interactive cellphone screens (keitai) to supersized jumbo LED displays, Tokyo’s urban landscape is changing drastically. A corner that once displayed billboards that occasionally flipped has now become lit-up and is in constant motion. Keitai, with their built-in cameras, now allow images to be sent from one to another and have become essential to urban life. As these screens become architectural and fashion statements, Tokyo’s nomadic high-tech culture is commuting even greater distances, living in more compact housing, and allowing for “cellspace” and “screenspace” to merge.

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Preface
John DiMarco
Acknowledgments
John DiMarco
Chapter 1
John DiMarco
This chapter defines and examines situations, problems, and processes faced by teachers of technology. Based on experience teaching at three... Sample PDF
Teaching Computer Graphics and Multimedia: A Practical Overview
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Chapter 2
Mark Snyder
This chapter identifies changes that the printing industry has undergone during the past 25 years as a result of the digital revolution. It also... Sample PDF
Digital Prepress: Issues and Solutions for the Preparation of Print
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Chapter 3
Screenspace  (pages 40-53)
Kevin H. Jones
From tiny interactive cellphone screens (keitai) to supersized jumbo LED displays, Tokyo’s urban landscape is changing drastically. A corner that... Sample PDF
Screenspace
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Chapter 4
Linda Emme
Visual communication through images depends upon the composition of forms within the image having a structure, or Gestalt, to carry the content... Sample PDF
How to Use Photoshop to Improve the Gestalt of an Image
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Chapter 5
Karl Steiner
Narratives are an important method of human-to-human communication. Combining the power of narrative with the flexibility of virtual environments... Sample PDF
Adaptive Narrative Virtual Environments
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Chapter 6
Marion Cottingham
This chapter introduces the Isoluminance Contour Model, which not only provides a quick and easy method for generating images, but also dramatically... Sample PDF
Isoluminance Contours: A Fast, Simple Model fo 4D Animated Visualization
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Chapter 7
Jianping Fan, Xingquan Zhu, Jing Xiao
Recent advances in digital video compression and networks have made videos more accessible than ever. Several content-based video retrieval systems... Sample PDF
Content-Based Video Indexing and Retrieval
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Chapter 8
Helen C. Purchase
This chapter describes a long-term project that investigates the validity of the design principles — not from the perspective of computational... Sample PDF
Evaluating Graph Drawing Aesthetics: Defining and Exploring a New Empirical Research Area
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Chapter 9
Robert Barone
This chapter demonstrates the usefulness of Macromedia Flash MX as a medium for providing interactive content. The motivation for using Flash is... Sample PDF
Client and Server Side Programming Concepts Incorporating Macromedia Flash
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Chapter 10
Ben Howell Davis
The concept of aligning and managing digital assets is a reaction to the evolution of digital production and digital networks. The understanding of... Sample PDF
Everything That Can Communicate Will: Aspects of Digital Asset Alignment and Management
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Chapter 11
Simon Dixon
Automatic analysis of digital audio with musical content is a difficult — but important — task for various applications in computer music, audio... Sample PDF
Analysis of Musical Content in Digital Audio
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Chapter 12
Marc Bohlen
This chapter attempts to consider the consequences of machine vision technologies for the role of the image in the visual arts. After a short... Sample PDF
Certain Aspects of Machine Vision in the Arts
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