We wrap up the first day of the conference with a photograph entry of the rest of the day’s events.

Danny Butt at the Session on Transforming Media

Hide Ogawa at the Bio-mediations sessions, talking about Mashup Web Media linked with the Inokashira Zoo
in Tokyo

NUS Faculty of Communications and New Media Professor Kevin McGee and musical notation at the Audio-Visual Mediations Session

AIR artist Nigel Heyler a.k.a. Dr Sonique gives a talk on the Sonic Commons

Paul Thomas, Mike Phillips, Chris Speed at the Q&A sessions at the Panel Presentation on Intelligent Architecture

Susan Ryan at the session on Wearable Media

Artist Schmalstieg Manuel presenting her work on Aether9

Artist, ecologist and avid gamer Angelo Vermeulen presenting an amazing project Biomodd

Please note that these photographed events are just a snapshot (literally!) of the smposium’s wide range of speakers and topics. For more detailed information on the conference programmes and full list of today’s conference presenters please follow this link – http://www.isea2008singapore.org/conference/conf_schedule_26.html

Keep checking this blog for updates on the conference proceedings and events. Till later!

So the first day of the conference has begun, many presentations going on throughout the morning sessions at the Singapore Management University, as well as the National Museum, where the Main-Juried Exhibition is being held.

Here are some photographs from the morning presentations:

Sabine Himmelsbach from Edith Russ Haus at the National Museum Salon

At the Media Politics Session, Dr Konrad Becker with his presentation on Deep Infopolitics and Strategic Reality

At the HyperReality Session, Karen Cham presents on Reality Jamming.

The HyperReality Session was hosted by Dr Gunalan who brought on the next guest lecturer Byul Shin, with a paper on Virtual Reality in Science Fiction Films

Researcher Rodney Berry from the Mixed Reality Lab in the National University of Singapore at a Q&A after his talk on Hyper-augmented Reality.

Over at the Session on Modes of Communication, PerMagnus Lindborg gives a very interesting presentation on the sonification of voice analysis in political speeches through the project Particular Assembly

At the Artists presentations, Michael Filimowicz presents his art piece “Play and Fortune” involving an audiovisual “synaesthesia” through multiple processes of sound visualization and video sonification

Please note that these photographed events are just a snapshot (literally!) of the smposium’s wide range of speakers and topics. For more detailed information on the conference programmes and full list of today’s conference presenters please follow this link – http://www.isea2008singapore.org/conference/conf_schedule_26.html

Lunch-time at the ISEA2008 Secretariat