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Vconect: On Distributed Theatre

Vconect share's experience on networks for digital performance

Vconect sharing cocreation know-how in Barcelona

Vconect shares stories of interactions between technologists and artists.

Vconect Workshop Brings Scientific Community Together

Co-hosted workshop on Interactive Content Consumption at ACM TVX’14

Vconect contributes to ITU

VConect collaborators (Marwin Schmitt, Pablo Cesar, Peter Hughes) provided input to the ITU Study Group for “Performance, QoS and QoE” that took place at Ericsson in Kista.  The study group is seeking to define recommendations that will help service providers deliver better group communication experiences.  The two working groups are looking at  “The effect of delays on telemeeting quality” and “Spatial audio meetings evaluation”. The documents submitted from the

First Tickets Sold!

Vconect's Collaboration with Miracle enters final phase

Vconect at ACM 2014

Socialising ideas on socialisation

Vconect: Helping Performers "Feel the Love"

Performers need to 'feel the love' from the audience, so says Bills Scott the creative director from Miracle theatre Company, but to understand what that means for the way remote audiences are represented to performers, Vconect has started a collaboration with CultureHub (, an incubator for creativity focused on the intersection of art and technology. Andrew Webb (PhD student from the Interface Ecology Lab at Texas A&M University) has been ganted an internsh

Vconect feature in CWI Lectures of 2014

The annual public lectures from CWI featured themes relevant to and speakers from Vconect.  The event focusing on Socially-Aware Multimedia, celebrated the areas of multimedia systems, human-computer interaction, and hypermedia. Eight internationally recognized speakers (e.g., Marian Ursu, Andries van Dam, Loretta Anania, Klara Nahrstedt) highlighted past achievements and reflected on future possibilities for new research challenges. The lectures were organized in recognition of Dick Bulter

Vconect work features heavily in recent publication on Social Networking.

The IEEE has published, in a special edition e-letter, a number of articles featuring the work of Vconect.  The publication, edited by Rene Kaiser from Joanneum research in Austria, includes articles that describe both the overall aim of Vconect as well as those that address features of social networking that Vconect is also exploring such as: identifying the sorts of information that is available from social networks that may help intelligent reasoning to support communication; the challen