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Unearthing Virtual History: Using Diverse Interfaces to Reveal Hidden Virtual Worlds [chapter]

Steve Benford, John Bowers, Paul Chandler, Luigina Ciolfi, Martin Flintham, Mike Fraser, Chris Greenhalgh, Tony Hall, Sten Olof Hellström, Shahram Izadi, Tom Rodden, Holger Schnädelbach (+1 others)
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Finally, we discuss potential benefits of using diverse devices to make a shared underlying virtual world ubiquitously available throughout physical space.  ...  Diverse devices, including mobile wireless interfaces for locating hotspots of virtual activity outdoors, provide radically different experiences of the virtual depending upon location, task, and available  ...  Diverse interfaces onto a ubiquitous virtual world We finish with some general reflections on the approach of using diverse devices to access a shared virtual world.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45427-6_18 fatcat:hdquk4akjbaybl73r6cfsopdge

3. Advergames: History [chapter]

2019 Digital Gaming and the Advertising Landscape  
The purpose of this chapter is to illustrate that, despite the fact that technology has rapidly evolved and has given rise to many different forms of advergames, each one of them with characteristics that  ...  can be exploited to enhance branded experiences, these features are not always exploited and are sometimes incorrectly utilized because of a lack of understanding of the medium.  ...  These traits, described by Juul to explain how casual games are able to attract non-traditional gaming audiences, can be useful for advergames, which can employ them to aim at diverse target audiences.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048538676-005 fatcat:7y6dywdhp5c7tf7c4iigputzg4

Citywide: Supporting Interactive Digital Experiences Across Physical Space

Shahram Izadi, Mike Fraser, Steve Benford, Martin Flintham, Chris Greenhalgh, Tom Rodden, Holger Schnädelbach
2002 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Our demonstrators employ a varied set of devices, including mobile wireless interfaces for locating hotspots of virtual activity when outdoors, to give different experiences of the virtual world depending  ...  We conclude by discussing some of the potential advantages of using an underlying shared virtual world to support interactive experiences across extended physical settings.  ...  Our overall approach involves providing participants with various and diverse interfaces for detecting, revealing and experiencing events that are taking place in a parallel 3D virtual world; that is,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s007790200030 fatcat:aqe5zwawczd27nsy64chn2nqly

Enriching the historiography of Religious Education: insights from oral life history

Jonathan Doney, Stephen G. Parker, Rob Freathy
2016 History of Education  
remembering', leads us to suggest an extension to McCulloch's notion; we agree with the principle that current debates must be informed by history, and find the notion of 'history as present' to be helpful  ...  by Drs Rob Freathy and Deborah Osberg, centred on the interrogation of policy development in English RE, focusing on the relationships between the Ecumenical movement and the adoption of the study of world  ...  By opening a new window into the world of RE, oral life history has shown its potential to reveal (from the point of view of the actors involved) things that were otherwise hidden, give new insights, and  ... 
doi:10.1080/0046760x.2016.1225319 fatcat:wqo2lqqoyjezjddmc5ogn3deqy

The correspondence of Ferdinand von Mueller: from nineteenth century paper to twenty first century data

Gavan McCarthy
2018 Circumscribere: International Journal for the History of Science  
strictures to join the twenty first century world of interconnected knowledge.  ...  How does the story of this project help us better understand the imperatives of digital scholarship – its strengths and its challenges?  ...  It examines the journey from the nineteenth century paper world to the twenty first century world of data that is widely available to the 'masses'.  ... 
doi:10.23925/1980-7651.2018v21;p63-70 fatcat:zqo6q2jojnfurjrt22paysujiy

Rainbow Bridge: an illustrated history

2000 ChoiceReviews  
Sadly, for the lack of a few supplies, the bridge was to remain hidden from the world for another thirty-eight years.  ...  The bridge which had lain hidden for so long was now known to the whole world. What did the discoverers think of the great arch which had cost them so much anxious toil to reach?  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.37-4082 fatcat:wzq7z56xejcmlbijg2v7rqg23i

Jacques Rancière: History, politics, aesthetics

Andrew Schaap
2012 Contemporary Political Theory  
In analyzing Rancière's assiduous attention to detail and his proclivity for unearthing contradictions, Conley relates Rancière's singular methodology to his novel account of film history and his rejection  ...  Far from being weakened by its status of passepartout, this phrase allows us to dig tunnels under disciplinary frontiers; it sets up an interface through which various approaches can interact and shed  ...  We thank Étienne Balibar for allowing us to print the English translation of the essay in this volume. 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1057/cpt.2010.41 fatcat:b5cqngfo4vhadeaahwowb3ryu4

Enlightening Symbols: A Short History of Mathematical Notation and Its Hidden PowersEnlightening Symbols: A Short History of Mathematical Notation and Its Hidden Powers by Joseph Mazur. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 2014. 312 pp., illus. Trade. ISBN: 9780691154633

Phil Dyke
2015 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
reveal the full intention of the artist.  ...  Email: <P.dyke at>. enLiGhteninG SymboLS: a Short hiStory of mathematicaL notation and itS hidden powerS Reviewed doi:10.1162/LEON_r_00988 Reviewed by Jan Baetens.  ...  Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts or proposals to <>. Leonardo submission guidelines can be found at Leonardo On-Line: <>.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_r_00988 fatcat:rlvc3yyhbbfmzkm7vtinxzrwte

After the Arctic Sublime

Benjamin Morgan
2016 New Literary History  
"events"-but the aim of Old Weather is to digitize massive amounts of data rather than to unearth the hidden contexts and lived texture of Arctic scientific endeavors. 58 And yet, to describe Old Weather  ...  at digitized logs on glowing computer screens, it has to do with the way in which digital interfaces afford new ways of relating both to the past and to scientific research in the present.  ... 
doi:10.1353/nlh.2016.0000 fatcat:ai3lefffjffwxlhcgftszvkjwi

Performing the Past: Memory, History, and Identity in Modern Europe

Mare van den Eeden
2011 European Review of History  
Portelli's book does not add much to the history we knew, but what he does is adding the stories… Sandro's book does not reveal a hidden scandal, but reminds us that history concerns us all, because all  ...  ; historiography, as theoreticians tell us, involves a rhetorical use of language and, in spite of all claims to impartiality, a specific vantage point, an unacknowledged agenda, a hidden bias.  ...  This social group played a very important role in Polish history, most recently in the resistance during World War Two.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13507486.2011.591112 fatcat:76u7rowzvnahtpxv7rzl6tuak4

Playing for real

Elizabeth Bonsignore, Derek Hansen, Kari Kraus, Amanda Visconti, June Ahn, Allison Druin
2013 Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children - IDC '13  
We describe the strategies we used to distribute story elements across various media and to encourage players to participate in an authentic inquiry process.  ...  An Alternate Reality Game (ARG) is a form of transmedia storytelling that engages players in scavenger hunt-like missions to collectively uncover, interpret, and reassemble the fragments of a story that  ...  Videogame players rely on joysticks, or mouse and keyboards to interact in predetermined ways with a virtual world that exists behind a single screen or hardware-based interface.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2485760.2485788 dblp:conf/acmidc/BonsignoreHKVAD13 fatcat:iarvaj3vjnfezaq5o3dsrlihre

Gesamt-PDF [chapter]

Luisa Feiersinger, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner, Luisa Feiersinger, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner
2018 Image – Action – Space  
Some artists therefore use avatars to overcome this difference of the real and the virtual world, and thus giving the invisible body a virtual stand in-representation.  ...  Hansen's description of the "experiential shift" by "twenty-first-century media" depicts the diversity of interconnected interface politics: Thus, well before we even begin to use our smart phones in active  ...  explores and reveals, whilst cinema and film continue to conceal.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110464979-017 fatcat:yhdltksvejaylooyfkjyrwxoiy

Social Security: History and Politics from the New Deal. By Daniel Béland (Lawrence, University Press of Kansas, 2005) 255 pp. $29.95

Michael B. Katz
2007 Journal of Interdisciplinary History  
Fugelstad demands that we approach these worlds ethnographically, "to perceive each and every period and each and every culture/civilization in its own light, to unearth . . . both the worlds we have lost  ...  hidden behind the language barrier.  ...  This volume will not persuade many historians to abandon the term "sugar revolution" in their explanations about the making of the modern world.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jinh.2007.37.3.480 fatcat:gns2gwkx5bdvndqwekg6zzzp3q

Memory, History, and the Construction of Self in Dina Arma's Novel The Road Home (Doroga domoy) (2009)

Lidia Zhigunova
2016 Journal of Caucasian Studies  
How does it relate to memory and identity?  ...  It is a novel about identity crisis and the frustrations of a person striving to capture and to define his or her identity, especially if that person was and remains a colonial person who struggles to  ...  a virtual concept for us and any links with it are extremely complicated.  ... 
doi:10.21488/jocas.27782 fatcat:zenh722phbecbecoatsbafujsy

Mediating Memory: Mass Grave Recovery and Digital Culture in the Iberian Peninsula

Wendy Perla Kurtz
2019 Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies  
"Leaflet" does not have a Graphical User Interface (GUI). A GUI provides an interface with buttons used for the creation of digital products.  ...  : Public Uses of the Past in Postwar Spain," in Unearthing Franco's Legacy: Mass Graves and the Recovery of Historical Memory in Spain, ed.  ... 
doi:10.26431/0739-182x.1287 fatcat:73hypbkbrjck5mmkbc7dlwgija
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