Virtual Heritage & Ludic History


The homepage of Erik Malcolm Champion - research on virtual heritage, serious games, digital places, XD, & machinima

 

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News update

The/our minitrack Game-based Learning for History Heritage and Politics at ECGBL Barcelona 16-17 October 08, is out.

Conference calls I should be promoting  

The 2nd European Computer Games Based Learning (ECGBL) conference in Barcelona 16 October 2008.  Digital Media and its Applications in Cultural Heritage (DMACH) in  Petra Jordan from 3-5 November 2008.
OZCHI:08 Designing for Habitat & Habitus in Townsville Australia from 8 December.

Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM) 2008 in  Cyprus in the European Autumn.
Interactive Entertainment 08 (IE2008) at QUT in  Brisbane Australia 3 December 2008.

More conferences here.

LATEST BOOK CHAPTER

IN New Heritage: New Media and Cultural Heritage (Paperback) by Yehuda E. Kalay, Thomas Kvan, Janice Affleck (Editors).

LATEST PAPERS

Lazy Panorama Monopoly Table: Take Your City for a Spin, for CAADRIA 2008, Thailand, April 8-12. Co-authors Andrew Dekker and Petra Thomas. Erik presented.

A Critical Examination of Presence Applied to Cultural Heritage, for ISPR Presence Conference, Barcelona, October 25-27. Co-author Laia Pujol Tost presented.

Please Biofeed the Zombies: Enhancing the Gameplay and Display of a Horror Game Using Biofeedback, for DiGRA, Tokyo, 24-28 September 2007.

Social Presence and Cultural Presence in Oblivion, for PerthDAC, Perth, 15-18 September 2007.

LATEST ARTICLES

Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology (special issue editor),Special issue on real and virtual places. VOLUME 10, SPRING 2007. Writers: Richard Bartle, Edward Relph, Richard Coyne, Jeff Jacobson and Lynn Holden, Erik Champion. Edited by Erik Champion.

Fragging History: Why Gamers Don’t Learn It The Old Fashioned Way, the Journal of the International Digital Media and Arts Association (IDMA). History and Changing Paradigms: the Role of Digital Media and Arts in How We View our World (Special issue), issue 4.1, 12-24, edited by Sharon Ross.

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