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A New Frontier in Science Communication? What We Know About How Public Audiences Respond to Cinematic Scientific Visualization

Eric A. Jensen, Kalina Maria Borkiewicz, Jill P. Naiman
2022 Frontiers in Communication  
Presenting data in visually appealing formats has long been a useful science communication technique.  ...  The sprawling nature of the theoretical and empirical research literature on audience responses to cinematic scientific visualization makes it difficult to achieve comprehensive coverage of relevant studies  ...  WHAT IS THE ROLE OF CINEMATIC SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION IN PUBLIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATION? The importance of visual aspects of science communication is self-evident.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomm.2022.840631 fatcat:xcjwvtzqfzc6lm3daeq3hum6yi

Visual Communication in Times of Crisis: The Fukushima Nuclear Accident

Rama C. Hoetzlein
2012 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
Ar t has always included visual depiction of conflict and crisis.  ...  The small fishermen cling to thin fishing boats, slide on a seamount looking to dodge the wave. The violent yang of nature is overcome by the yin of the confidence of these experienced fishermen.  ...  A r T i s T ' s A r T i C l e Visual Communication in Times of Crisis: The Fukushima Nuclear Accident Rama C.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_a_00276 fatcat:otj3uz7zpnawdif4eouhs47cwe

Transtextual study of cinematic discourse

Tatiana Valeryevna Dukhovnaya, Kuban State University
2021 Philological Sciences Scientific Essays of Higher Education  
In addition, the research contributes to the study of cinematic discourse and reveals the important characteristic of its structure — openness.  ...  The paper proves the ability of cinematic discourse to form all types of transtextual connections: intertextual, paratextual, metatextual, hypertextual, and architectual.  ...  This communication between spectators and creators results in emergence of a shared meaning.  ... 
doi:10.20339/phs.4-21.093 fatcat:3yc3y3kimrg2ncu3nlsr7ltzn4

'Art Happens not in Isolation, But in Community': The Collective Literacies of Media Fandom

Henry Jenkins
2019 Cultural Science  
When the Archive of Our Own (AO3) received a prestigious Hugo Award from the World Science Fiction Convention in Dublin the summer of 2019, this moment represented a recognition by the literary science  ...  fiction community of an alternative model of authorship -one which operates outside the publishing world or academia, one where authorship is collective rather than individual, and one where artworks  ...  He saw science fiction as a means for popular science education at a time of rapid technological change and scientific discovery.  ... 
doi:10.5334/csci.125 fatcat:3rvzakxxmvhhzkb2vustl3vnfi

Krøyer: An International Perspective; In the Light of Italy: A Danish-Norwegian Artist Community 1879–1886

Giovanna L. Costantini
2021 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
He came to head MIT's Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS), seeking deep structural parallels between the sciences and the arts.  ...  before the Académie des Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_r_02045 fatcat:mse5aow4frfgjckmrdetdd4yjy

Architecture and Visual Narrative

Fabio Quici
2017 Proceedings (MDPI)  
this production by Visual Studies.  ...  Through the illustration of recent significant experiences, this paper intends to highlight the great variety of images that can be attributed today to architecture and the lack of proper attention on  ...  and expresses concepts, is increasingly treated in keeping with the communication devices used in other languages and manifestations of Science and Art, with a particular emphasis on the new languages  ... 
doi:10.3390/proceedings1091082 fatcat:stlfk2wm5jexxofjtxqzvixqwq

Cinematic Visualization of Multiresolution Data: Ytini for Adaptive Mesh Refinement in Houdini [article]

Kalina Borkiewicz, J.P. Naiman, Haoming Lai
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Current tools for scientific visualization are not optimized to efficiently and intuitively create cinematic production quality, time-evolving representations of numerical data for broad impact science  ...  a myriad of control features otherwise unavailable in traditional scientific visualization software.  ...  The authors would like to thank Stuart Levy, AJ Christensen, Donna Cox, Bob Patterson, Jeff Carpenter, Mark Van Moer, Nathan Goldbaum, and Matt Turk of NCSA; Mark Elendt and Jeff Lait of SideFX; Sebastian  ... 
arXiv:1808.02860v2 fatcat:vx3lap6b6ragley56m5igo4voq

Scientific Storytelling Using Visualization

Kwan-Liu Ma, I. Liao, J. Frazier, H. Hauser, H.-N Kostis
2012 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
In addition, visual elements representing data points are the characters and centers of attention in visualizations-they're the stars of the show.  ...  In particular, we emphasize scientifi c storytellingtelling stories using scientifi c data-which is a topic that the visualization research community has paid little attention to so far.  ...  The SVS works closely with scientists to create visualization products, systems, and processes to promote greater understanding of Earth and space science research at GSFC and in the NASA research community  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.2012.24 pmid:24808289 fatcat:cdn7gq5eczgafm3xarpycbmvpu

History and future of visual anthropology

Niksa Svilicić
2011 Collegium Antropologicum  
In this way the "anthropology of the visual, is promoted to a new scientific sub-anthropological discipline.  ...  the reaction of an individual or of the community.  ...  It is evident that the concept of fast changes with the new age is fundamentally questioning the existing postulates viewing the world, civilisation, religion, communication, perception, science and arts  ... 
pmid:21661369 fatcat:22xyuvk7rnanxcdajtud7svlve

Problems of Intertextuality in Audio-Visual Arts

Halyna M. Kot, Department of Tele-Journalism and Actor's Skill, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Kyiv, Ukraine, Olena G. Levchenko, Tetiana O. Kravchenko, Oksana S. Musiienko, Kostiantyn V. Hrubych, Department of Scenic Speech, Kyiv National I.K. Karpenko-Kary Theatre, Cinema and Television University, Kyiv, Ukraine, Department of Cinematography, Kyiv National I.K. Karpenko-Kary Theatre, Cinema and Television University, Kyiv, Ukraine
2021 Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities  
The aim of the study was to identify the main current problems of the use of intertextuality in the audio-visual arts on the example of the two most common forms – film and music.  ...  The authors propose solutions to the identified problems of the theory of intertextuality in the audio-visual arts, which confirms the practical significance of the study.  ...  The purpose of discursive analysis is to study the language used by members of a particular language community. As part of this study, the authors examine the discourse used in the audio-visual arts.  ... 
doi:10.21659/rupkatha.v13n1.03 fatcat:264w7w6g2ngrvekjeebrjazhn4

Experiments with time: the technical image in video art, new media and the digital humanities

Tim Barker
2017 Visual Communication  
Funding This work was supported by a grant from the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland.  ...  Many thanks also to my friend and colleague Karen Lury for her feedback on an early draft of this essay.  ...  Both art and science produce technical images of the world in equal measure, as the application of mathematical programs, developments in optics and scientific methods produce one image of the world and  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470357217702360 fatcat:pqs4n5rxkrfn5lozeixdfshbia


Vlad Alexandru
2019 International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on the Dialogue between Sciences & Arts Religion & Education  
This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0xUnported License, permitting all non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any  ...  medium, provided the original work isproperly cited.  ...  As mentioned above, the movement as an aesthetic element in all visual arts is one of the most important general features, whether we refer to the movement of an audiovisual camera or the motion suggested  ... 
doi:10.26520/mcdsare.2019.3.56-63 fatcat:senpaeg7ezgypk3c6ki2m6vofm

Clyde Reflections - a Film and Audio-Visual Installation [article]

Stephen Hurrel, Ruth Brennan
2022 Zenodo  
Produced by the collaborative art-science team of artist Stephen Hurrel and social ecologist Ruth Brennan, the film features underwater and microscopic footage, combined with voice recordings of people  ...  Clyde Reflections is a meditative, cinematic experience based on the marine environment of the Firth of Clyde on the west coast of Scotland.  ...  of the local community.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6023327 fatcat:k7mhgj4ryvbllceayh67hogbrq

Visual geographies – an editorial

A. Schlottmann, J. Miggelbrink
2009 Social Geography (SG)  
Whether a particular film is realistic or not, what the director wanted to communicate using his creative means and the extent to which intentions are actually identifiable, are problems in media science  ...  Evidently, the question of representation is especially acute when the visuality of the image recedes into the background and the (photographic, cinematic, computersimulated) image appears to be a reproduction  ... 
doi:10.5194/sg-4-1-2009 fatcat:4wxnvwu2lrg2xpyf77psmbsdd4

Visual Anthropology

Jenny Chio, Felix Stein, Joel Robbins, Rupert Stasch, Matei Candea, Andrew Sanchez, Sian Lazar, Hildegard Diemberger
2021 Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology  
This entry explores how the work of visual anthropologists has contested, expanded, and transformed the discipline of anthropology.  ...  Even with the wide scope of contemporary visual anthropology that ranges from Jenny Chio. Visual anthropology.  ...  racist pseudo-science that advocated for the selective breeding of human populations.  ... 
doi:10.29164/21visual fatcat:a5amdhtkdrdxto3i2gzhfapc7m
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