A blog about my empirical investigation of film perception.
Monday, July 14, 2008
Completing the Circle
The Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts (Middlesex University) is hosting a one-day symposium focussing on novel methods, or methods newly borrowed from other disciplines, in evaluating the user's or audience's response to media such as websites, portable media (such as iPods, PSPs), pervasive games, film, videogames, technology-rich performance, interactive art. The organising committee have put out a special call for researchers using eye tracking to evaluate film or media.
I am a lecturer in the Department of Psychological Sciences, Birkbeck, University of London. I study all aspects of Visual Cognition including attention, perception, and memory in static and dynamic visual scenes. I have a passion for film and combine this with my methods in empirical psychology to investigate Film Cognition. This blog chronicles my research including my ideas, experiments, insights, methodologies, references, inspirations, and rambling digressions. Enjoy!
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