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  • Seevinck, Jennifer (Mit Press, 2013)
    This paper discusses the nature of the conceptual structure in art practice, by example. It draws on insights gained from a practice based research (PBR) approach to making art. The PBR methods used include Reflective ...
  • Seevinck, Jennifer; Edmonds, Ernest (Elsevier Sci Ltd, 2008)
    Emergence is discussed in the context of a practice-based study of interactive art and a new taxonomy of emergence is proposed. The interactive art system 'plus minus now' is described and its relationship to emergence is ...
  • Seevinck, Jennifer; Edmonds, Ernest; Candy, Linda (ACM, 2012)
    Emergence has the potential to effect complex, creative or open-ended interactions and novel game-play. We report on research into an emergent interactive system. This investigates emergent user behaviors and experience ...
  • Seevinck, Jennifer; Candy, Linda; Edmonds, Ernest (CHISIG & ACM, 2006)
    Glass Pond is an interactive artwork designed to engender exploration and reflection through an intuitive, tangible interface and a simulation agent. It is being developed using iterative methods. A study has been conducted ...
  • Seevinck, Jennifer; Edmonds, Ernest (CHISIG, 2009)
    The interactive art system +-now is modelled on the openness of the natural world. Emergent shapes constitute a novel method for facilitating this openness. With the art system as an example, the relationship between ...
  • Shen, Yuzhong; Seevinck, Jennifer; Baydogan, Emre (IOS Press, 2006)
    Wound debridement refers to the removal of necrotic, devitalized, or contaminated tissue and/or foreign material to promote wound healing. Surgical debridement uses sharp instruments to cut dead tissue from a wound and it ...
  • Seevinck, Jennifer (M I T Press, 2010)
    The interactive art system +-now captures moments in the past and present for dreamy, reflective play. It is composed of sand, imagery and interaction. This paper traces the creative process from initial landscape studies ...