MIT Media Laboratory
Cambridge MA, USA
Senior Research Professor
The Center for Research in Computing and the Arts
University of California, San Diego
Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory
Department of Computer Science and Institute for Systems Research
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, USA
Do Engineers and Artists Make Good Love Objects?
Individual and/versus Social Creativity
Supporting Creative Work Tasks: The Potential of Multi-Modal Tools to Support Sketching
Jana Sedivy and Hilary Johnson, Queen Mary and Westfield College, London, UK
Integrating Craft Materials and Computation
Glenn Blauvelt,Tom Wrensch, Michael Eisenberg, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Who or What is Making the Music: Music Creation in a Machine Age
Tang-Chun Li, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
The Split-Brain Human Computer User Interface
Gregory P Garvey, Quinnipac University, Hamden, USA.
Composition Analyzer: Computer Supported Composition Analysis of Master Pieces
Shoji Tanaka, Jun Kurumizawa, Andre Plante, Yuichi Iwadate, Seiji Inokuchi, ATR, Kyoto, Japan.
Exploring Novel Ways of Interaction in Musical Performance
Bert Bongers, Centre Visual Art, Amsterdam, NL
Preliminary Observations about Music and Decentralised Environments
Dante Tanzi, Laboratory of Musical Informatics, Computer Science Department,
Milan University, Italy.
The New Metaphysics and the Deep Structure of Creativity and Cognition
Michael King, London Guildhall University, UK.
Skunk Works: "Speciation" Strategies for Creativity
Vittorio Mischi, Laboratory for Digital Renaissance, Geneva, Switzerland
A Proposal for a Framework for General Multimedia Art Creation Instruments
Kazushi Nishimoto and Kenji Mase, JAIST and ATR, Japan
Symmetry of Ignorance, Social Creativity, and Meta-Design
Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
Ontology, Aesthetics and Creativity at the Crossroads in Information System Design
Alberto Faro and Daniela Giordano, University of Catania, Italy
What Would Cezanne Think?
Carol Strohecker, MERL, Cambridge, MA, USA.
Emotion Recognition and Its Application to Computer Agents with Spontaneous Interactive Capabilities
Ryohei Nakatsu, Joy Nicholson and Naoko Tosa, ATR, Kyoto, Japan
Composing Interactive Virtual Operas
Alain Bonardi and Frances Rousseaux, University Paris Sorbonne, France
Artistic Environments of Telepresence in the World Wide Web
Luisa Paraguai Donati and Gilbertto Prado, Institute of Arts, Unicamp, São Paulo, Brazil.
A CONCEIT A Collaborative Mapping in 3 Spaces
John Lycette, Greg OConnor, Darren Tofts, Peter Webb, Christopher Waller, RMIT University (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) Victoria, Australia.
Creativity in Design Activities: The role of analogies in a constrained cognitive environment
Nathalie Bonnardel, University of Provence, France.
A Framework that Supports Collective Creativity in Design using Visual Images
Kumiyo Nakakoji, Yasuhiro Yamamoto and Masao Ohiro, NAIST, Japan
'Fake' and 'Real' Creativity Using Computer Aided Design: Some Lessons from Herman Hertsberger
Bryan Lawson, University of Sheffield, UK
Modelling Creative Design through Conversation Analysis
Ricardo Sosa, School of Computing, National University of Singapore
How do Material Constraints affect Design Creativity?
Hisataka Noguchi, Chiba University, Japan
Generation of Passion Spaces from Tanka Poems
Tsutomu Miyasato, ATR, Kyoto, Japan
Early Engagements of Creative Writers with Online Media
Sue Thomas, trAce Online Writing Community, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Revolution in Art: Network Painting Machine
Jean-Paul Longavesne, Ecole nationale superieure des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France
The Turing Test is Dead....
Jonathan Bedworth and James Norwood, CAiiA STAR, UK
Drawing as a Function of Movement
Michael Quantrill, Loughborough University, UK
Wolfgang: "Emotions' plus Goals enable Learning
Doug Riecken, IBM Watson Research and Rutgers University, USA
Thwarting the Web Users' Expectations
Helia Vannucchi de Almeida Santos, Institute of Arts, Sao Paulo, Brazil