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MA in New Media Master’s Thesis Presentations / Spring 2020

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Welcome to follow New Media Master’s Thesis presentations – Mon and Tue 1.-2.6.2020!

Monday 1.6.
Place: Zoom Meeting – link: https://aalto.zoom.us/j/69570427263

9:00 Christian Anttonen: Modular Design Architecture: Accelerating Product Design Processes through Modularity
10:00 Elisa Spigai: Amarcordi, tangible memory cues for personal stories
11:00 Lu Priace Michavila: Exquisite Vessel: Portable and Collective Immersive Cinema Experiences
12:00 Régis Barreto Frias: Motley 2020: a kinetic visual identity

Tuesday 2.6.
Place: Zoom Meeting – link: https://aalto.zoom.us/j/63695380882

9:00 Kalle Jurvanen: Binaural beats and music: using Theta and Alpha waves in music to induce relaxation and meditation
10:00 Bryant Hoban: A Brief Statement on Contemporary Music Consumption
11:00 Sébastien Piquemal: hyperexistence - a web essay on individualism in late capitalist society
Lunch break 1h
13:00 Lassi Vapaakallio: Designing Climbing Games - Creating Shadowlings for ValoClimb
14:00 Silva Kuusniemi: Collaborative World-Building: Curating creative development of the cyberpunk live action role-playing game Beyond: The Neural Horizon
15:00 Athina Giokarini: Level design complexity in match-three games: a study of level design structural complexity in modern, casual, mobile match-three puzzle games

 

 

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