Category Archives: Moving Image Archives

Keynote Speakers Announcement and Proposal Deadline Extension SEMIA Symposium

The proposal deadline for the Sensory Moving Image Archives symposium next year has been extended to 3 December 2018. The submission guidelines can be found below in the updated call for papers. The updated call can also be downloaded in … Continue reading

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International Symposium: Sensory Moving Image Archives – Visualization, Exploration and Reuse of Moving Image Data

We are very happy to announce that SEMIA will be organizing a two-day international symposium on visualization, exploration and reuse of moving image data next year in February, at the University of Amsterdam. The call for papers can be found … Continue reading

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Second SEMIA Workshop: objectives and short report

What do people look for, as they access large collections of digitized films, and how do they want to conduct their explorations? Those were the central questions of the second SEMIA workshop, that took place at the offices of project … Continue reading

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SEMIA’s Objectives: short elaboration

In the SEMIA project, we investigate the affordances of visual analysis and data visualization for exploring large collections of digitized moving images. In doing so, we try to accomplish a number shifts in relation to other Digital Humanities projects of … Continue reading

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SEMIA and Moving Image Data Visualization: an overview and brief introduction

Since the SEMIA project started last year we have had several research meetings between the involved project partners and are gradually developing work routines. We have also organized two workshops involving the different user groups we work with – artists, … Continue reading

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