media for social processes
This track of exploration includes three productions where digital media has been used to extend physical events to the Internet using audiovisual media. These productions included creating tools which make possible of extending the social processes to the Internet, make video more navigable and accessible and also new ways and philosophies of organizing the events to support the digital part of the event.
greetings from Linz (2006)
In the Ars Electronica'06 Campus exhibition of Media Lab, we presented a prototype of our collaborative video authoring and sharing application, using it to explore basic practices of collaborative video editing. A set of Nokia N80 cameraphones recorded video clips from around the festival area and events which were given as raw material for collaborative editing. People were then able to create meaningful smaller clips out of the material and arrange them in a timeline and send a link to the final edit to an e-mail address. A special user-interface was created to be a bit more appealing to the average media art festival participant than a simple web-page would be.
media lab 10-year seminar (2004)
In the 16.9.2004 Media Lab Helsinki hosted a seminar as part of its 10th anniversary. ARKI made a TV-production out of the seminar discussions which were then continued on-line with the possibility of everyone to participate. The platform afforded the production crew the possibility to create segments of the video and thus make the seminar mediaspace more structured.
This one-day seminar, organized by Tekes, KCL, Lume and Media Lab UIAH, brought together the most recent business and research topics in the field on November 26, 2004 at Media Centre Lume. The seminar was constructed of industry insights and presentations of the latest research. The seminar materials, presentation slides and videos, are available on the site and the videos were made into short segments to make the content more useful.