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SLACTIONS 2010

Logotipo de SLACTIONS 2010.


El MUSEO KARURA ART CENTRE, (MKAC), participa en el Congreso Internacional: SLACTIONS-2010, Resarch Conference in The Second Life World.

SLACTIONS reúne, cada año, proyectos internacionales de carácter artísticos, científicos, cultural, educativos… que utilizan las nuevas tecnologías para la difusión y realización de los mismos. En la edición de este año, 2010, las sedes desde las que se celebraron las ponencias correspondientes, (un total de 28), fueron la University of Manchester, (UK, Manchester Business School); Säo Paulo, Brasil, (Poncificia Universidade Católica); Texas, (Texas Soutern University); Hong Kong, (Politechnic University); Nueva Zelanda, (Wellington Institute of Tecnology), Oporto, Portugal, (University of Oporto) y Tel Aviv, Israel, (Tel Aviv-Yaffo Academic College).

Los proyectos seleccionados por la organización de SLANTIONS 2010 son I CUMBRE DE ARTE LATINOAMERICANA DEL MKAC-COMPARTIENDO ARTE” con la exposición “COMPARTIENDO ARTE”, organizada por la Dirección del museo para conmemorar el 12 de octubre de 2009, (“Día de la Hispanidad”), y “BAUHAUS. ESCUELA DE CREATIVIDAD”, (ver:), exposición realizada para celebrar el 90º Aniversario de la Escuela de la BAUHAUS.

SEDES DE SLACTIONS 2010

University of Manchester, (UK, Manchester Business School)

University of Manchester

– Säo Paulo, Brasil, (Poncificia Universidade Católica)

Poncificia Universidade Católica, Säo Paulo, (Brasil).

– Texas, (Texas Soutern University)

Texas Soutern University.

– Hong Kong, (Politechnic University)

Politechnic University de Hong Kong.

– Nueva Zelanda, (Wellington Institute of Tecnology)

Wellington Institute of Tecnology, Nueva Zelanda.

– Oporto, Portugal, (University of Oporto)

University of Oporto, Portugal.

– Tel Aviv, Israel, (Tel Aviv-Yaffo Academic College)

Tel Aviv-Yaffo Academic College.

PROYECTOS SELECCIONADOS

Jueves, 18 de noviembre de 2010, (Thursday 18th November)

  • Virtual societies, virtual economies: An analysis of Second Life’s economic development
  • Procedural Modeling for Realistic Virtual Worlds Development
  • Metaverse: A proposal for the development of behavior of autonomous entities in Second Life
  • The Impact of Perceived Avatar Salesperson Friendliness and Expertise
  • Dark Gold: creating a fashion brand in the virtual world: The instructor’s view
  • Dark Gold: creating a fashion brand in the virtual world: the student’s view
  • Probing Cognitive Biases in Virtual Worlds: Second Life As a Case Study
  • Second Life, Second Morality?
  • Transforming Transgender: The Co-Construction of Identity in Virtual Worlds
  • Self-Esteem in Second Life: An inWorld Group Intervention for Women with Disabilities
  • Using Second Life as an Interface for Personalized Search
  • The P.R.O.S.E. (Psychological Research on Synthetic Environments) Project: Conducting In-World Behavioral Research on the Metaverse
  • Second Life as a research environment: Avatar-to-Avatar interviews

Viernes, 19 de noviembre de 2010, (Friday 19th Nov)

  • Transforming the allegorical content in ancient poetry into a 3D Learning environment in order to enhance understanding through interactive learning.
  • From Virtual Exhibition to Virtual Department: The Tree of Knowledge Project for the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of English
  • User Involvement in the Design of Educational Virtual Worlds
  • Affordances for Children’s Participation in Virtual Worlds
  • The importance of using devices designed for achieving specific objectives in Second Life. Exemplification by introducing tools which can be applied for improving three issues involved in the Learning Process of a Language.
  • Students’ attitudes and experience: A case of SecondLife as a collaborative tool
  • Using games to promote student integration in universities through the use of virtual worlds
  • Puzzles like a creative form to play in metaverse
  • Design Education Towards the Second Life Platform
  • Networked Education: The importance of testing the pedagogical design in teacher training in virtual worlds
  • The Literary Theory applied to Creation Process of Second Life residents: A Case Study of Liberato Lindman resident and its development.
  • “I Summit Latin American Art by Karura Museum Arts Centre”
  • “Bauhaus School Of Creativity” by Karura Museum Arts Centre
  • Alternate Futures: Afrofuturist Multiverses & Beyond
  • MicroTotalArt research: Crossing Boundary Sculpture sl-rl work

PONENCIAS: MATERIAL GRÁFICO

A) I CUMBRE DE ARTE LATINOAMERICANA DEL MUSEO KARURA ART CENTRE, (MKAC)- COMPARTIENDO ARTE”

Comienzo de la ponencia.

Momento del desarrollo de la ponencia.

Informando al público sobre el apartado de multimedias.

Ante el panel que muestra la exposición en números.


B) “BAUHAUS. ESCUELA DE CREATIVIDAD”

Imagen de otro d elos momentos de la ponencia.

Ante el panel explicativo del número de visitas que recibió la exposición “BAUHAUS. ESCUELA DE CREATIVIDAD”

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