Interview with Anne and Steve Berman (UCSB and UCLA) Anne Deane Berman is on the faculty of the Technology Management Program (TMP) at UC Santa Barbara and serves as its Academic Coordinator. She composes acoustic and computer music and collaborates with engineers, writers, choreographers, designers, and visual artists to produce internationally performed intelligent interactive environments. Her work integrates wireless sensor technologies, virtual reality tools, real-time computer graphics, and traditional visual arts with live acoustic and computer music. Dr. Berman is responsible for the teaching and development of the Emerging Technology Tracks curriculum (Life Science/Biotech, IT/Telecom and Energy/ Sustainability). She holds a BM from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and an MA/PhD from UC Santa Barbara. Steven L. Berman advises the OfÃ¯Â¬Âce of the Vice Chancellor of Research at UCLA. He serves as Director, UCLA-Industry Advanced Gaming/ Transformative Media Consortium. He is also founder and CEO of Berman & Company. He has served as faculty and lectured on media and society for UCSB Âs Media Arts and Technology Graduate Degree Program (MATP), as well as a key advisor for BC Canada Âs Great Northern Way Campus (GNW). Berman is principal architect for the British Columbia (BC), Canada and California advanced collaborations, which have worked closely with the Canada-California Strategic Innovation Partnership (CCSIP). Berman earned his BS degree, magna cum laude, in Materials Science/Ceramic Engineering from Rutgers College of Engineering, and his Juris Doctor degree from Yeshiva University Âs Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He is member of the state bar of California, various federal courts, including the U.S Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. In the video interview, Anne and Steven Berman will answers the following questions: 1. You have created many interactive environments over the years. One of your projects was ÂAshes to Ashes Â which explores the complex relationship between music, narrative, and emotion in a 3-D virtual reality environment. Can you explain the ideas and the results of the project? 2. What are the other projects that you are working on as a collaboration between UCSB and UCLA? 3. What comes to your mind when you hear the phrase Âmedia arts? Â 4. Steve, you like to use the words Âtransformative media, Â would you like to elaborate on the phrase? C 2009 ACM 1544-3574/2009/06-ART18 $10.00 DOI 10.1145/1541895.1541898 http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1541895.1541898
Computers in Entertainment (CIE) – Association for Computing Machinery
Published: Jun 1, 2009
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