Mark Grimshaw

Mark Grimshaw is a Reader in Creative Technologies in the School of Business & Creative Technologies at the University of Bolton, United Kingdom, where he runs the Emotioneering Research Group. He possesses an honours degree in music, an MSc in music technology, and a PhD in computer game sound from South Africa, England, and New Zealand and is widely published in the area of computer games, particularly on the topics of immersion and sound. Mark’s previous book was entitled The Acoustic Ecology of the First-Person Shooter and he is also the lead developer for WIKINDX, an Open Source, Virtual Research Environment in wide use around the world.


Game Sound Technology and Player Interaction: Concepts and Developments
Mark Grimshaw. © 2011. 504 pages.
The sounds that a player hears while immersed in a game can have dramatic effects on that person, opening up a considerable, far-reaching field of research. Game Sound Technology...
Uncanny Speech
Angela Tinwell, Mark Grimshaw, Andrew Williams. © 2011. 22 pages.
With increasing sophistication of realism for human-like characters within computer games, this chapter investigates player perception of audio-visual speech for virtual...