SCIENAR Virtual Community: A Useful Tool to Promote the Synergies Among Artists and Scientists
Keywords:Computer mediated communication, cognitive psychology, online scientific communities, psychology, science and art communication, science and art visualization, virtual communities
This paper describes a Virtual Community (VC) developed within the framework of the European project SCIENAR (Scientific Scenarios and Art). The SCIENAR project explores the connections between Art and Science and the use of new media and Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) for the exploration and representation of these relationships in an innovative and productive way. The main objective of the Virtual Community described herein is to strengthen the role of the â??artistic-scientific
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