Riders Have Spoken: A practice-based approach to developing an information architecture for the archiving and replay of a mixed reality performance
Source: International Journal of Performance Arts & Digital Media, Volume 6, Number 2, 1 October 2010 , pp. 209-223(15)
Abstract:This article discusses the issues and challenges arising from the archiving and replay of an interactive mixed reality performance work called Rider Spoke. After a description of the work, a practice-based approach to the development of an information architecture for the archiving and replay of the work is presented. The approach includes the design of a website, a cross-disciplinary approach to the development of metadata and the development of a visual prototype implemented using a Digital Replay System (DRS). The article concludes with suggestions for creative and artistic replay, and recommendations for further work in support of research replay.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2010
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