New issue: The International Journal of Film and Media Arts. Vol. 1 No. 2 – Stereoscopic and Immersive Media
The International Journal of Film and Media Arts Volume: 1, Number: 2 (2016) is now available online.
The second number of the International Journal of Film and Media Arts is dedicated to stereoscopic and immersive media.
This issue has contributions from researchers, scholars and archivists working on visual media renowned for their stereoscopic and immersive features.
The papers in this issue keenly reflect a diversity of approaches that contribute to a critical understanding of stereo and immersive media today in the broad context of haptic and visual media cultures, with topics ranging from immersive pre-cinematic media, and scientific stereoscopic practices, to spatial and cultural aspects of virtual travel.
- Stereoscopic and Immersive Media
- Victor Flores, Joana Bicacro
- Hacking Stereoscopic Vision: the Nineteenth-Century Culture of Critical Inquiry in Stereoscope Use
- Rod Bantjes
- Between Immersion and Media Reflexivity: Virtual Travel Media in the 19th Century
- Nikita Mathias
- Between the Point of View and the Point of Being: The Space of the Stereoscopic Tours
- Paolo Parmeggiani
- Stereoscopic Therapy: Fun or Remedy?
- Sara Raposo
- Stereoscopy in Nineteenth Century Brazil: the case of Rio de Janeiro
- Maria Cristina Miranda da Silva
- British Stereo Photographers in Spain: Frank M. Good
- Juan A. F. Rivero