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Media Lab: Master's thesis presentations

MA in New Media master’s thesis presentations will be held in Väre from Monday 13.5. to Wednesday 15.5.2019

MA in New Media master’s thesis presentations 
Mon 13.5.- Wed 15.5.2019
(all in Väre building)

 

Program

Monday 13.5. 

9:00 in L208 Wolf Wikgren: Beyond shape: An exploration of alternative forms for data visualization

10:00  in L208 Moumita Roy: Reminiscence: an installation about aural memories

11:00  in L208 Derek Holzer: Vector Synthesis: a Media-Archaeological Investigation into Sound-Modulated Light

13:00 in Q201  Jukka Vallisto: Freedom under control: Adventures in making non-4/4 techno with digital tools

14:00 in Q201 Sourya Sen: Developing a hybrid video synthesizer for audiovisual performance and composition

15:00 in L102 Maya Pillai: Voices of specialists: using a podcast to further company reputation

16:00 in L102 Anna-Maija Laine: Creating an independent work of fiction through live action role-play

17:00 in L102 Huang Yun-Hsuan: Developing a design system for an e-commerce website

 

Tuesday 14.5.

10:00 in Q203 Jenna Karas: Verkkoanalytiikka journalistin työssä (skype)

11:00 in Q203 Jonna Rantanen: Games as affective medium: a theoretical framework for studying emotions in the context of digital games

13:00 in Q203 Ville Kuvaja: Collaborative Games for Event Audiences

14:00 in Q203 Mikael Immonen: Runo - Encouraging Historical Thinking Through a Narrative Game

15:00 in Q203 Laura Horton: Collaborative Game Development with Indigenous Communities

16:00 in Q203 Gautam Vishwanath Phobi: Combating stage fright through a virtual reality game

17:00 in Q203 Antti Ruonala: Transferring meditative tasks to virtual reality through bioadaptation

18:00 in Q203 Noora Juju: Viesti Venuksesta / Message from Venus - creating new kind of game concept with emphasis on experience design

 

Wednesday 15.5.

9:00 in Q203 Huang Siying: An introduction to Project N

10:00 in Q203 Misael Rojas Terraza: Museums and digital devices: Towards the open access of museums and user engagement through digital devices

11:00 in Q203 William Turner: Designing for trust in News Media: Encouraging Digital Literacy Through Product Design

13:00 in F101 Idamaija Pitkonen Piguet: Playful AR - Playfulness and augmented reality in a route planning application

14:00 in F101 Jenna Ervasti: Keskeneräisyys

15:00 in F101 Oona Järvinen: Liikegrafiikan suunnittelu uudessa mediaympäristössä

16:00 in F101 Eduard Shagal: Towards a semiotic typology of data visualization: establishing binary oppositions

17:00 in F101 Leena Närekangas: Yrittäjyys taiteilijan työvälineenä

18:00 in F101 Andre Blanco Vicentini: Sense of Place and Meaning: How New Media Design Can Resignify Urban Landscapes

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