Talk proposal for KISS2017: Augmenting Reality
Share your results with the audience that can best appreciate your accomplishment — your fellow Kyma practitioners! Have you solved a problem, finished the sound design for a game, completed a collaborative artwork, created some unusual sound effects for a film, or collaborated with a researcher from another discipline? Are you particularly proud of some sounds you designed for a film, a game or an advertisement? Share your stories, challenges, solutions, lessons learned, and future challenges yet to be solved!
Keynotes are longer talks specifically related to the theme of the conference — augmenting reality — in particular how it relates to sound, music, Kyma and potential future opportunities for using sound in augmented reality.
(Please note, this is for standalone talks; if you are proposing a talk in conjunction with a live performance, please use the Live Performance proposal form for both the performance and the related talk. Thanks!)
A link to your bio (or a short bio sketch)
Title of your presentation
How would you categorize your talk?
Please check all that apply
Sharing the results of research
Outlining some challenges faced and solutions developed during completion of a recent project
Tutorial (providing background information or instruction on a topic relevant to KISS2017)
Master class (techniques and tips relevant to fellow practitioners and professionals)
A "deep dive" into a particular Sound, Timeline, Multigrid that you've developed
Speculative, challenging, disruptive or oblique approach to the theme of the conference
Lecture/Demonstration with slides in an auditorium or lecture hall (30')
Table-top demo with small clusters of listeners in the Open Lab
Keynote on the theme "Augmenting Reality" (60')
Tips and tricks: outlining a hard-won solution you have figured out in Kyma (15')
Elevator pitch/speed dating: sharing a quick Kyma tip, a Sound, aTimeline or a Multigrid (5')
How does your presentation relate to the theme?
Please give some thought to the concept of how sound can enhance or add to the flow of experience that we call "reality". Your topic could be literally related to what is commonly referred to as the technology-mediated "augmented reality" with heads-up displays or head-tracking visors. Or it may be related in an oblique or unexpected way (for example, in the way that people often provide a "sound track" for their daily lives by wearing ear-buds while exercising, or in the more general way that music and sound can enhance situations, films, or games).
Sound source for your talk
Stereo headphone jack on your laptop
Two balanced audio TRS jacks from your audio interface
Two XLR balanced outputs from your audio interface
How many laptops will you bring?
One (I can switch back and forth between slides and Kyma)
Zero (I would like to use a shared laptop for slides and/or Kyma)
Two (I want to project both slides and the Kyma screen using two projectors)
Video output format from your laptop
Not applicable (no video output)
Please list any "furniture" or other non-electronic objects you may need for your presentation
A table? Or on a shared table, how much space is required? Music stand? Stand lights? A podium or lectern? Any special space requirements?
Approximately how many Euro-power outlets do you require?
How much setup time is required prior to the presentation?
Please imagine going through your talk and let us know about any other considerations (technical or otherwise) that should be taken into account. Thanks.
Please check yes!
Since KISS2017 is all about human interaction, we ask that, should your proposal be accepted, you will attend the symposium to present your work. (If unavoidable, unforeseen circumstances prevent you from attending, your presentation will have to be dropped from the program). Also, since the proposals are carefully reviewed by a selection committee, we ask that if your proposal is accepted, that you not substitute a different topic without submitting the new proposal for a full review by the selection committee prior to the submission deadline. Although our budget sadly does not allow for remuneration of presenters, the organizers have generously offered to subsidize presenters, co-presenters and performers of accepted presentations at a reduced-rate conference fee (equal to the subsidized student rate).
Yes, I understand the operational & budgetary constraints and happily agree to these conditions!
No, I am unable to accept these conditions
How eagerly are you looking forward to KISS2017?
Tingling with excitement
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