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Reality as Simplicity

 Here is a preprint of a paper just submitted to Brain Research Bulletin. It is a bit high-level, but hopefully it will stimulate some thinking and discussions. 
 
 

open call for postdoctoral researcher at Ghent University-Dept. of Musicology

Open call for a full-time postdoctoral position at Ghent University

A 2-year postdoctoral position for a motivated researcher is opening
in the Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music (IPEM) at the department of

Presence for Everyone is online

 The recently published PEACH book - Presence for Everyone - is now online to read without downloading. http://issuu.com/keho/docs/presenceforeveryone

Stelarc in Edinburgh, UK : extreme human-machine interfaces

Stelarc is an Australian-based perfomance artist whose work explores and extends the concept of the body and its relationship with technology. Stelarc, and his implanted, wifi enabled ‘third’ ear, will be at the Edinburgh International Science Festival for two remarkable shows. Alternate Anatomical Architectures: Fractal Flesh, Chimeras & Extra Ears

FET 09 – Science Beyond Fiction - the Body and the Urban Space

Edinburgh Napier University has had a workshop accepted for the FET 09 conference in Prague in April. Presenters from NU, and from FIT and Umea University, Sweden, will explore issues relating to technology, the body and the urban environment.

Presence and Reality

What is Reality? Is there something out there, or are we all figments of your imagination? Science fiction fans may recognize these questions from movies like the Matrix or books such as Permutation City (G. Egan) and Neuromancer (W. Gibson), which have addressed this issue in a brilliant, thought-provoking and very entertaining way. But this question has now transcended both fancy and philosophy and is an active area of research with a potentially tremendous social impact.

call for contributions to "Presence for everyone"

Presence Researchers:

Call for Papers- CyberTherapy & CyberPsychology Conference (CT14)

Introducing CyberFashion for Wellbeing Show and Wearable Technology Symposium at CT14

The 14th Annual CyberTherapy (CT14) & CyberPsychology Conference, taking place this June in Lago Maggiore, Italy, announces its call for the "Wearable Technology for Training, Healthcare, and Wellbeing Symposium," which will provide a forum for new research, innovative technologies, and studies done pertaining to health-related topics.

Read Keho online without downloading

Keho is now on an online publishing site : http://issuu.com - just search for "keho" or "presence".
This means that you can read all the Kehos without having to download a pdf file. You can also rate Keho - how many stars would you give?

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