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MA in New Media Master’s Thesis Presentations

Autumn's MA in New Media Master’s Thesis Presentations
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MA in New Media Master’s Thesis Presentations

Mon 9.12. G202

9:00 Tytti Arola: Ihmiskehonjatkesoittimet. Instruments extending the body in sonic performance: creation and development of three tangible string instruments for performative sound art

11:00 Ilpo Jauhiainen: Future forest space. The philosophy of becoming in site-specific generative sound installation

13:00 Dorian Lange: Trans[ar]chiving; approacing trauma in sound(scape) from nonverbal perspective

14:00 Otto Montell: Peliäänisuunnittelun vaikutus monetisaatioon ja retentioon

15:00 Shreyasi Kar: Designing an interactive olfactory robot for and with dogs

Tue 10.12. G202

10:00 Laura Laakso: Ludic Visuals: The Visualizations of Game Mechanics

11:00 Riku Erkkilä & Andrei Rodríguez Baquero: MechVR Post-mortem – Navigating design challenges for a VR game

13:00 Reishab Kailey: Nonexpert Knowing – Critical material experiments

14:00 Jutta Suksi: Restructuring Gutters: Transformation of the Graphic Novel The Engineer and the Gardener into a New Media Experience

15:00 Soujanyaa Boruah: Permaeduculture: Towards Sustainable Learning Environment

Fri 13.12. Q101

9:00 Tom Engström: The Impostor – Exploring narrative game design for learning Korean as a foreign language

10:00 Gökcen Keskin: Augmented Reality as a Tool for Public Art: Making a Virtual Monument for 10 October 2016 Bomb Attack Victims in Ankara

11:00 Auri Mäkelä: Moving Images Online: Artist Inquiry as a Design Tool for Artists’ New Media Platform

12:00 Niko Huttunen: Usability, immersiveness and entertainment – Cornerstones of game sound design

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