Journal S&I Media
The International Journal on Stereo & Immersive Media is a new open access and peer-reviewed journal that aims to reflect on the emergence of our progressively immersive media culture with a historical, critical and contemporary perspective.
This immersive media culture depends both on state of the art technologies and on historical and archaeological media that once sought to expand our sensory experiences.
Stereo technologies (stereoscopic and stereophonic) are an accomplished example of this desire to add a sense of presence to visual and audio experiences, participating in and boosting contemporary technologies.
This Journal welcomes papers addressing the redesign of our sensory mediation, focusing on one or more of the following themes:
- Stereoscopic and Panoramic Photography (historical and contemporary)
- Optical and Otological Media Archaeologies
- Media Arts and Immersion
- Architecture, Games and Augmented Realities
- Urban behaviour and the Influence of Sound devices
- Sonic Art and New Technologies
- Denis Pellerin
- London Stereoscopic Company, UK
- Kim Timby
- École du Louvre, France
- Larry J. Schaaf
- University of Oxford, UK
- Laura B. Schiavo
- The George Washington University, USA
- Nicholas Wade
- Dundee University, UK
- Oliver Grau
- Danube University, Austria
- Rod Bantjes St.
- Francis Xavier University, Canada
- Sheenagh Pietrobruno
- Saint Paul University, Canada
- Thomas Elssaesser
- University of Amsterdam, Holland