New book: “Live Visuals: History, Theory, Practice”
The book Live Visuals: History, Theory, Practice (Routledge) has recently been released, including a chapter co-written by Nuno Correia (Associate Professor in Digital Transformation): “AVUIs: Audio-Visual User Interfaces – Working with Users to Create Performance“.
From the book description: “This volume surveys the key histories, theories and practice of artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, architects and technologists that have worked and continue to work with visual material in real time. (…) With the inclusion of an overview of various forms of contemporary practice in Live Visuals culture – from VJing to immersive environments, architecture to design – Live Visuals also presents the key ideas of practitioners who work with the visual in a live context. This book will appeal to a wide range of scholars, students, artists, designers and enthusiasts. It will particularly interest VJs, DJs, electronic musicians, filmmakers, interaction designers and technologists.”