At the Centre for Transformative Media Technologies, cultural, artistic and socio-technological research embraces the nature, scope and impact of media technologies on people.

From film, TV and videogames, to virtual reality, robots and artificial intelligence, we explore how transformative media changes the way we engage with the world. Through innovative research and design we’re leading the way.

We specialise in three research areas

Creative Arts 4.0

 

A creative testbed for interactions made possible by new media technologies.

Techmedia Culture

 

Cultural, historical, theoretical, legal and ethical aspects of transformative media technologies, and the industries and institutions delivering them.

Digital Cultural Heritage

Digital preservation of objects with enduring cultural value and heritage significance.

Creative Arts 4.0

A creative testbed for interactions made possible by new media technologies.

Techmedia Culture



Cultural, historical, theoretical, legal and ethical aspects of transformative media technologies, and the industries and institutions delivering them.

Digital Cultural Heritage

Digital preservation of objects with enduring cultural value and heritage significance.

Directors

The Centre for Transformative Media Technologies brings together over 20 researchers, artists and developers from the creative arts, humanities and social sciences.

Professor Kim Vincs

Director

Professor Kim Vincs is a leading researcher in the creative arts. Her work spans creative technology for performance, digital scenography, VR, AR and robotics applications for motion capture technology.

Dr Jessica Balanzategui

Deputy Director

Jessica Balanzategui is a lecturer in Cinema and Screen Studies. Her research examines childhood and national identity in global film and television; the impact of technological and industrial change on screen genres and entertainment cultures; and vernacular storytelling and aesthetics in digital cultures.

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