Multimedia spatial organization: Towards a different type of cultural economy
This article attempts to establish analogies between the recent introduction into architectural thought of notions such as the human body movement, events and scenarios, and the development of navigation and interaction principles and conventions in the computer world. The study of the human–computer interface contributes to an understanding of the major role of the computer screen as a point of convergence of different representational forms, and the emergence of new ones belonging to the digital culture. The compositional structure of interactive multimedia works is on the one hand a visual, spatial composition and on the other a narrative and navigational structure.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of Thessaly
Publication date: May 17, 2012
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