Publications and reports

27, June 2011  |  Published : Research

You will find on thoses pages all publication made by Iri. Annual progress reports: Download the 2011 progress report (pdf). Download the 2010 progress report (pdf). Download the 2009 progress report (pdf). Download the 2008 progress report (pdf). Some publications by members and residents of Iri: Huron, Samuel ; Fekete, Jean-Daniel ; Vuillemot, Romain. Visual Sedimentation. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, [...]

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Film-based education

29, March 2010  |  Published : Research

IRI is leading research on the subject of instruments for critic and annotation tools, and these activities correspond in direct line with the pedagogic and cultural policies upheld by French public authorities. These research coincide specifically with the Ministry of National Education’s policy on the teaching of Art history, as it can be found in [...]

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Mobility and motricity

29, March 2010  |  Published : Research

IRI is in collaboration with schools, academies and scholars trained in the field of cognitive and educational sciences to study the long term impact of those technologies which affect the body itself, our physical relationship to our environment and favor the emergence of new amateur, professional and educational practices. Motricity is a key-element of our [...]

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Collaborative technologies

26, March 2010  |  Published : Research

IRI leads series of research and experimentations to explore the concept of « Signed and collaborative readings » which associate annotating techniques from the books and paper-based media which do not exist yet on the web, and new paradigms for collaborative work enabled by very fast networks. An important aspect of that work is the conception of technologies [...]

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Knowledge and document engineering

25, March 2010  |  Published : Research

In this research axis, IRI wants to stray aside from the dominant anglo-saxon conception where « annotation » tends to refer at every kind of metadata, produced by a machine or by a human being. Here, we would like to set appart the process of indexing ( or brodaly the engineering of knowledge, which also covers the [...]

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Faces of the Amateur

25, March 2010  |  Published : Research

The theme of the amateur is approached through its historical and sociological aspects but also regarding the issue of judgement, care and their connections with questions from museology as well as the development of new cultural practices induced by digital technologies. This theme is at the core of the issues pointed out by the Entretiens [...]

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Design of the new industrial world

17, March 2010  |  Published : Research

This research axis is led in a transdisciplinary way, putting the stress on the confrontation and association of reflections from scientists, industrials, artists and designers to social, economic and political issues in a new economy of contribution. The results of this research in collaboration with the Cap Digital Think Tank and the ENSCI is first discussed [...]

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Ecology of attention

17, March 2010  |  Published : Research

At a time when the cultural and cognitive technologies are converging, the question of attention is set through the theoretical legacy of phenomenology (where « attention » is formed by what Husserl labeled as « retentions » and « protentions »), the most recent research on economics and the discoveries of cognitive sciences. Clinical aspects are considered as well through [...]

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