Jan 212010
 

As we ended the last decade we were collating/archiving assets from the LAMP site and think it important to recognise the people that made LAMP the Australian icon in effective emerging media development.

Many of the mentors and participants were beginning their own journey on these workshops and residentials and are now leading the industry in Australia and abroad. We hope these ‘retrospective’ posts serve as a record for that which follows LAMP.

LAMP 2005-2009 was:

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Nov 242005
 

The Keynote address for ACM IE 2005, 23 November 2005, Sydney. By Mark Pesce with Angus Fraser
Mark PesceABSTRACT: The software design of the mobile telephone is poorly suited to its principle task, human social network management. The authors explore the evolving needs of the ‘swarm’ of network users, then speculatively redesign the mobile telephone as an active device, employing multiple communication modalities to radically improve the device’s ability to maintain and contribute to the user’s social network. Three use cases explore the user experience in a fully-realized system.
Paper can be found at http://interactive.edu.au/BluOpen/trh.pdf

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Sydney 23rd November 2005
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Audio preparation by James Christopher Murty

Oct 192005
 

PROJECT GREENLIGHT AUSTRALIA 2
Take part in a rich media script and film review broadband portal and win the chance to be part of the action
Tagline: “Go on a unique and intimate journey with a first-time moviemaker, as they make a $1,000,000 Australian feature film”
Company: Movie Network Channels
LAMP Lab: October 2005
Target platforms: Linear and broadband TV
Project description: Project Greenlight Australia 2 is an exciting new way to receive TV, a subscription broadband TV channel. But there is a lot more to it than that as it is a place where the viewer can join a community of like-minded people to review those submitted scripts sent in as part of the PGLA2 competition. They can view reviews, rate the viewers and the best reviewer can appear in the broadcasts. The package contains other bonuses too such as the shorts competitions, buying tickets and the ‘Lift Pitch’.

PROJECT GREENLIGHT AUSTRALIA 2

Team: Michelle Beasley, Renee Brack, Chris Berry.
Guardian mentor/s: Mark Pesce & others

May 062005
 

Piracy Is Good by Mark Pesce
Mark PesceLive presentation of �Piracy Is Good?�, delivered by Mark Pesce on May 6th, 2005 at the Australian Film Television and Radio School in Sydney.

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Sydney 6th May 2005
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Audio preparation by James Christopher Murty