ArtCast at Ars Electronica: SemaSpace

SemaSpace Screenshot

Continuing the Ars Electronica 2006 series, here's a conversation (in german) with Gerhard Dirmoser on SemaSpace, an amazingly fascinating network diagram browser/editor much more powerful than others - due to its (ab-) use of a video game engine as its very base - stunning computer scientists, collectors and artists alike. It's being used to visualize the clustered topics of 27 years of the Ars Electronica festival, offering new ways to visually discover new interconnections and insights into the development of media arts and its theory.

Before listening to the conversation (36 min, uncut), you'll best take a look at a short video demonstrating SemaSpace. But then: Listen and enjoy!
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