Invited Keynote: To screen or not to screen? Exploring transplanarity, volumetricity, hapticity and virtuality for video-based qualitative research

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Description

Social interaction takes place predominantly in a world that has spatial volume, yet planocentric 2D video (and stereo audio) can inhibit our efforts to record and document tangible volumetric and haptic phenomena. My presentation explores how immersive technologies can exploit, enhance, enfold, sublimate, splinter and bypass ‘the flat screen’ in video-based qualitative research. The presentation will be illustrated with examples of the use of virtual reality software tools, such as CAVA360VR and SQUIVE, designed to support Immersive Qualitative Analytics within the Big Video paradigm.
Period2 Jul 2020
Event titleInteraction Multimodales Par ECran
Event typeConference
LocationLyon, France
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • video analysis
  • Screening
  • Big Video
  • Immersive Qualitative Analytics
  • Video ethnography
  • EMCA
  • Conversation Analysis
  • Volumetric video