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  • Perin, Gavin; Matthews, Linda (Grupo Portugues de Computacao Grafica and ARTECH International, 2012)
    The experimental effects and affects of every scopic regime can, in part, be traced to its respective technologies of image creation and dissemination. This paper, with a specific focus on the link between the image and ...
  • Matthews, Linda; Perin, Gavin (IGI Global Publishing, 2011)
    The valence of any visual paradigm and its accompanying technologies is subject to the contingencies of political regimes and cultural shifts. The instigation, implementation and even reconfiguring of any associated ...
  • Perin, Gavin; Matthews, Linda (World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology (WASET), 2012)
    Webcam systems now function as the new privileged vantage points from which to view the city. This transformation of CCTV technology from surveillance to promotional tool is significant because its 'scopic regime' presents, ...
  • Matthews, Linda; Perin, Gavin (The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, 2011)
    The transmission technologies of digital environments propagated by the Internet, specifically the ubiquitous webcam system, present new material to mediate people's engagement with civic space and simultaneously offer new ...
  • Matthews, Linda; Perin, Gavin (Grupo Portugues de Computacao Grafica and ARTECH International, 2012)
    The contemporary image-making process offers the designer the opportunity to transform the agency of the image from passive consumption to active production. This paper will reveal, through the deliberate application of ...
  • Perin, Gavin; Matthews, Linda (d3 publications, 2012)
    The pervasiveness of CCTV systems throughout contemporary urban environments is merely the latest mechanism by which civil authorities attempt to control the spatial complexity of the city. Responding to an inability to ...
  • Matthews, Linda; Perin, Gavin (CAADRIA, 2012)
    The composite photoreceptive field of the human eye receives photons emitted from a source and converts this energy into image information within the brain. The internal mechanisms of the contemporary camera imaging ...
  • Matthews, Linda; Perin, Gavin (Artech-International (The International Association for Digital and Interactive Arts), 2010)
    The increasingly common deployment of webcam systems for the imagistic promotion of iconic city form not only presents new material to mediate people's engagement with this space, but also offers new ways to materialise ...
  • Matthews, Linda; Perin, Gavin (Transdisciplinary Image Conference, 2010)
    If the eighteenth century Picturesque can be regarded as a proprietorial strategy for mediating the visual experience of landscape, then the proliferation and configuration of webcam networks to promote iconic city form ...
  • Perin, Gavin; Matthews, Linda (Loughborough University, 2010)
    This essay aims to demonstrate how the webcam?s capacity for reflexivity and manipulability extends the instrumentality of the digital image and offers an opportunity for adapting and mediating the visual experience and ...