RESEARCH INTERESTS

The experience and creation of television, radio, film, video games, and other digital multimedia forms in relation to the following topics: multi-sensory perception/integration, multi-modal communication, empathy, human-computer/environment interaction, music, sound, interactive systems for performance/installation, interactive systems for mind-body rehabilitation, learning/education, service-learning, civic engagement, documentary production, popular culture, transmedia storytelling, new media, creativity, innovation, etc.

 

Published Writing (Academic/Peer-Reviewed)

Book Chapter

Knoth, Brian (2012).  “Interactive Multimedia Performance and the Audience’s Experience of Kinesthetic Empathy.” In Kinesthetic Empathy in Creative and Cultural Practices. ed. Dee Reynolds and Matthew Reason. UK:  Intellect, ltd.

http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/K/bo12323986.html

 

Invited Papers/Presentations (Academic/Peer-Reviewed)

Knoth, Brian (2013). “Investigating Perceptions of Connection and Disconnection with a Camera-based Motion-tracking Multimedia and Computer Music Performance Interface.” International Conference on: “Multimodal Communication: Language, Performance and Digital Media”, May 2013, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

 

Knoth, Brian (2010). “Embodied Mediation: Interactive Media Environments and the Audience Experience of Kinesthetic Empathy.” Paper presented at Kinesthetic Empathy: Concepts and Contexts 2010, April 22-23, Manchester University, in Manchester, England (UK).