Cláudia Silva and Ana Bettencourt presented the creative work “Há-Vita: A Transmedia Platform about Madeira’s Nature and Culture” during the international conference SustainIT 2017, held in Funchal. The work was part of a new track at this conference called Creative and Artistic Interventions (CAI), which aims at discovering alternative and innovative approaches to sustainability and technology. Several conference participants from different countries browsed Há-Vita in different devices and exchanged their ideas about the project with the presenters.
Mara Dionisio and Paulo Bala took part in the 16th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM), a leading annual international conference, which provides a forum for presenting the latest research results on mobile and ubiquitous multimedia. Mara presented a demo and a full paper entitled: “Fragments of Laura: Incorporating Mobile Virtual Reality in Location-Aware Mobile Storytelling experiences”, while Paulo exhibited the poster: “Evaluating the Influence of Location and Medium Applied to Mobile VR Storytelling”.
The conference was held in Stuttgart, Germany, past Nov 26 – Nov 29.