(re)distributions is an exhibit exploring the expressive potential of Handheld Computing (PDAs), Information Appliances like Pagers and Cellular Phones, as well as Nomadic technologices like Empedded Processing and Distributed Systems.
Gregory Little
PiD VRML for PocketPC (Exclusive)

PID is a series of VRML worlds in which Little juxtaposes the encoding of one's personal information (experiences, identity) into the body through the trompe l'oeil of the PDA. Through navigation of the various viewpoints, a narrative is constructed as well as through the freeform travel through the PiD worlds. In many ways, PiD is a personal 'travelogue' through the virtual body inscribed with physical experiences.

Gregory Little is an electronic media artist, theorist, and Assistant Professor of Art at Kent State University. His work since 1990 addresses technical and theoritical issues arising from the relationships between human sentience and immersive computer simulations. His work has been exhibited widely, including at the Virtual Reality Centre in Teesside, UK; The New Media Union in Ann Arbor, Michigan; Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria, and E.S. Van Dam Gallery in New York City. His theoritical writing has been published in Intertexts, The Ohio Journal of Science, and presented in Wales, Sao Paulo, and at several colleges and universities in the US.
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You will need the Cortona VRML Player for Pocket PC.
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