MOVING IMAGES 2015: PERCEPTION – RECEPTION – INTERACTION. VARIETIES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF MEDIA IMAGE PROCESSING. – CONFERENCE OF MOVING IMAGE SCIENCES IN KIEL, GERMANY, 19TH AND 20TH NOVEMBER 2015 –

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Date(s): 19. November – 20. November
09:45 - 18:00

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University of Applied Sciences Kiel, Germany

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MOVING IMAGES 2015: PERCEPTION – RECEPTION – INTERACTION. VARIETIES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF MEDIA IMAGE PROCESSING.
– CONFERENCE OF MOVING IMAGE SCIENCES IN KIEL, GERMANY, 19TH AND 20TH NOVEMBER 2015 –

Call for Papers

For human perception, processing and cognition of moving images (whether they are interactive or not) the systems of the mental and the physical are crucial. Only in the interactive context of bodily participation, sensual addressing and cognitive organization emerges the phenomenal and semiotic dimension of understanding and experience; that shapes the actions of processing and cognition of media stimuli. The conference focusses on the diverse and complex interactions between the images and their specific media, the actions of perception and processing, which can be captured and analysed in connection with somatic and mental processes.

In this context questions are raised about phenomenological and/or semiotic analysis of the processes of perception and reception of multimodal artefacts, about the diagrammatical and temporal structure of moving images (like movies or games), or about the role of sensomotoric processing of interactive images, which seems to be a crucial part of the reception of interactive images. The focussed types of media are kept open: all media types, like stereoscopic movies or games, technologies of virtual and augmented reality etc., all technologies and media of moving images are welcome.

Submitted abstracts should be 300 words in length. Please send the title of your submission, a brief biographical information and contact details per email via kontakt@bewegtbildwissenschaft.de. The deadline for submissions is 6th July 2015. The conference languages are German and English. For further questions please feel free to contact Lars C. Grabbe and Rupert Patrick-Kruse.

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