On 27/3/2014, I made a presentation at the first EstCHI meeting, at Garage48 in Tallinn. I discussed audiovisual user experience, presented my work and research plans.
Presentation link: http://nunocorreia.com/files/estchi/
On 6/12/2013, Baltic Diving Co. (me and Joel Tammik) performed at Stalker festival, at KultuuriKatel, Tallinn. The festival was inspired by Tarkovski’s movie Stalker, who was partially shot at the building which is now Kultuurikatel (a reconverted power plant). The headliner for the festival was Laurel Halo, and artists active in the local electronic music scene also performed.
Event link: www.kultuurikatel.ee/stalker_festivali_stuudio
Music link: Baltic Diving Co. @ SoundCloud
On 3/11/2013 I made a presentation at Arseniev Museum, Vladivostok, Russia. Link:
On 5/11/2013 I performed 2 Video Jack projects: AVOL and Master and Margarita.
Main links for my two presentations (25 and 26 of June) at the Aesthetics and Media Seminar, Universidade Nova de Lisboa:
Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nunocorreia/sets/72157634360937767/ (by Realtime Visuals www.realtimevisuals.org/)
On 23/5/2013, I participated in the AppCampus initiative, as a coach. From www.appcampus.fi: “AppCampus is an €18 million joint project of Aalto University, Microsoft and Nokia. We offer financing and coaching in mobile technology, design and usability to Windows Phone developers.”
I coached 4 teams, 2 hour sessions for each. The teams were mostly developing music related apps. The coaching was done together with Gokce Taskan, who I have collaborated in different projects in the past. We gave the teams advice regarding interaction design and user experience.
Updated September 2013: I coached a second wave of AppCampus teams in September 2013, in a longer coaching process (5, 12 and 19 September).
Event: Digital Media Arts Forum
Place: St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television
On the 18th and 19th October, I participated in the Digital Media Arts Forum, organised by the St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television. I had two presentations: one on the 18th, focusing on the history and state of the art of visual music; and another on the 19th, focusing on my work as Video Jack.
The audience was very motivated and participative, particularly on the second and longer presentation. It took place in the main building of the St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television, an old Orthodox monastery reconverted into a university (the main lectures took place in the ancient altar room), and the oldest film university in Russia. Hope to collaborate more to this University, where I had already presented my work in 2008.