The 2-weeks workshop Visual Systems, Interactivity and Human Perception: Practice-based Research Strategies, Methodologies and Applications at Hungarian University of Fine Art Budapest. aims to bring cutting-edge critical thinking and practice to artists and researchers engaging with practice-based research. It explores new types of practices, techniques, methods and technologies. It aims to generate a platform for exchanging good practices, developing novel theoretical frameworks, gaining new technological skills and to facilitate critical exchanges.
Perception+ Arduino Workshop
Seminar: Practice-based Research in Art and Technology
Seminar: Visual Systems 1 – Eye Tracking Research and Artistic Practice
Workshop I: Data Visualisation with processing / Eye-Tracking
Seminar: International Publication of Art Research
Seminar: Visual Systems 2 – Philosophy and Contemporary Art&Technology / Art&Science Practice
Workshop II: Physical Interaction with arduino: Spectrum of Perception
Perception + Processing Workshop App.
Workshop contributors: Tom Schofield, Jamie Allan and David Gauthier. The workshop was part of New Interfaces, Interactive Technologies and Stereoscopic Real-Time imaging Founded by the European Social Fund and implemented in the framework of the Hungarian Social Renewal Operational Programme at the Doctoral School, Hungarian University of Fine Art Budapest.