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Aesthetic considerations unique to interactive multimedia

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2 Author(s)
Reiser, H. ; Life on a Slice, Oakland, CA, USA ; Reiser, B.

Using early multimedia art pieces often resembled reading paragraphs ripped out of Shakespeare and handed to you at random. The mistakes in plot and composition made by beginning writers and artists can find new power to convey incoherence when automated by a computer. What are the compositional issues? How about basic hypermedia structures and their aesthetic effects? What should be random, and what must be deterministic, if you wish to be more artist than noise generator? We address some of the issues based on our own experience as multimedia artists

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 3 )