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Steve Anderson's Blog

 

Steve F. Anderson is a Professor of digital media in the School of Theater, Film and Television at UCLA, where he also holds a joint appointment in the department of Design Media Arts. Previously, he taught for 15 years at USC in the division of Interactive Media & Games and Media Arts & Practice. 

He is the author of Technologies of Vision: The War Between Data and Images (MIT, 2017) and Technologies of History: Visual Media and the Eccentricity of the Past (Dartmouth, 2011). His written work has appeared in the journals Visible LanguageInTransitionAmerican LiteratureGAME: The Italian Journal of Game StudiesThe Journal of Media Literacy EducationFrames Cinema JournalProfessionPre/TextThe Moving ImageRelease PrintThe IndependentFilmmakerRes MagazineIntelligent AgentFilm Quarterly and Digital Humanities Quarterly, and is anthologized in the books Transmedia Frictions: The Digital, the Arts, and the HumanitiesF Is for Phony: Fake Documentary and Truth’s UndoingTelevision Histories: Shaping Collective Memory in the Media AgeDigital Youth, Innovation and the UnexpectedDebating New Approaches to HistoryNew Media, Old Media: A History and Theory Reader, Reclaiming Popular Documentary, and The Routledge Handbook of Remix Studies and Digital Humanities.

Anderson received a Ph.D. in film, literature and culture from USC and an M.F.A. in film and video from CalArts.

 

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Posted by Steve Anderson on Tue, 14 Sep 2021 12:20:00 EDT in Art, VR
Discusses the use of Agisoft Metashape software (formerly PhotoScan) for photogrammetry and visual experimentation.