ICEC Conference Proceedings 2003: Essays on the Future of Interactive Entertainment

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Donald Marinelli
Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2006 - Computers - 264 pages
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The essays in this first volume in the Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Series represent entertainment computing research and development. The veritable explosion of social transformations brought about by computer-generated and computer-mediated digital entertainment was upon us before many in higher education realized the world had changed. The artificial cleavage between what was considered to be "entertainment" and the calculating functionality of computer processing ws dispelled in a hail of wireless technologies, unique input devices, enhanced display capabilities, multi-player games and worlds, and breathtaking advances in animatronics. The essays in this first volume in the Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Series represent entertainment computing research and development. The veritable explosion of social transformations brought about by computer-generated and computer-mediated digital entertainment was upon us before many in higher education realized the world had changed. The artificial cleavage between what was considered to be "entertainment" and the calculating functionality of computer processing ws dispelled in a hail of wireless technologies, unique input devices, enhanced display capabilities, multi-player games and worlds, and breathtaking advances in animatronics.

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Contents

Introduction
9
A Computer Game Using Galvanic Skin Response
31
The Emergent Aesthetics of Highresolu
37
Copyright

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Donald Marinelli, besides being a Professor of Drama and Arts Management in the School of Drama, is Co-Director of the Entertainment Technology Center, a joint initiative between the College of Fine Arts (CFA) and the School of Computer Science; an affiliated faculty member in the Heinz School, teaching in the Master of Arts Management Program; and is an Instructor in the Executive Education program in the Graduate School of Industrial Administration.

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