Conversations on Presence

Conversations on Presence - María Victoria Sánchez-Vives

María Victoria Sánchez Vives, Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (PhD) ), studies Presence from a Neuroscientific point of view.

Professor of physiology at the Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante, she leads a group focused on Systems Neuroscience research.

She is particularly interested in the perceptual roots of Presence in virtual environments and the explotation of virtual reality for the understanding of brain function (Mechanisms of spatial processing, Body perception and 3D visualization of neurons).

Interview carried out by Leo Ruffini of Starlab with Elem3ntal Creative Lab.

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Conversations on Presence - Martin Buss

Martin Buss is head in chair of the Institute of Automatic Control Engineering (LSR) - Technische Universität Muenchen.

His current work includes applications of the Control Theory such as telepresence, haptic interaction in virtual environments and medical applications like rehabilitation engineering.

Interview carried out by Leo Ruffini of Starlab with Elem3ntal Creative Lab.

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Conversations on Presence - Ralph Schroeder

Ralph Shroeder is research fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII).

He has written extensively about virtual reality and is now synthesizing this research in a book that will link how people interact in virtual environments to other types of computer-mediated communication and new media.

Interview carried out by Leo Ruffini of Starlab with Elem3ntal Creative Lab.

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Conversations on Presence - Matthew Lombard (2/2)

Matthew Lombard is the President of the International Society for Presence Research (ISPR) as well as Associate Professor at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

Interview carried out by Leo Ruffini of Starlab with Elem3ntal Creative Lab.

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