Rider Spoke

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Rider Spoke developed by Blast Theory in collaboration with the Mixed Reality Lab was first staged at the Barbican, London in October 2007. Created for cyclists, it combines elements of theatre, performance, game play and state of the art technology. Rider Spoke was built in the Equator collaboration on the EQUIP architecture.[1]

Rider Spoke has since been presented in Athens (2008), Brighton (2008), Budapest (2008), Sydney (2009, Adelaide (2009) and Liverpool (2010).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Greenhalgh, Chris. "Chris Greenhalgh's Home Page". Retrieved 2013-10-17. "collaborations with performance artists Blast Theory (Rider Spoke, Day of the Figurines) and Active Ingredient (Love City, Exploding Places)" 
  • Icon Issue 054, December 2007, p. 97.
  • The Guardian, 03.10.2007, pp. 28–29.
  • Metro, 15.10.2007
  • Metro, 09.10.2007

Academic References[edit]

Chamberlain, A and Benford, S. Eds, "Deliverable D17.3 A Cultural Console Game, Final Report", Rider Spoke, IperG (Integrated Project on Pervasive Gaming) 2008.

Chamberlain, A. , Rowland, D., Foster, J. & Giannachi, G., "Riders Have Spoken: Replaying and Archiving Pervasive Performances". In Leonardo Journal for The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology - Issue 43:1 2009.

Rowland, D., Flintham, M., Oppermann, L., Marshall, J., Chamberlain, A., Koleva, B., Benford, S & Perez, C. 'Ubikequitous Computing: Designing Interactive Experiences for Cyclists'. Mobile HCI 09. 15-18 September 2009, Bonn, Germany.

Chamberlain, A. 'Being: Physical - People, Performance, Art and Space'. HCI 09 (BCS-SIGCHI). ws, The Body in Communication, 1–5 September 2009, Cambridge, UK.

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