It’s one article among many from innovators and thought leaders in the machinima and visual media academic world. I’m honored to be associated with them, and hats off to Susan Rojo & Henry Lowood (Stanford University) and Matteo Bittanti (California Collage of Arts) for putting this issue together.
Partial list of authors:
Henry Lowood- Professor, Stanford Unv and Curator for History of Science & Technology Collections and Film & Media Collections in the Stanford University Libraries. He’s been a big enthusiast and supporter of machinima since the very beginning and manages the machinima archive.
Michael Nitsche- Professor, School of Literature, Communication & Culture at Georgia Institute of Technology, who’s written numerous papers on machinima and spoken on numerous machinima panels.
Tracy Harwood- Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Creative Technologies De Montfort University UK who co-produced the European machinima film festival and has written and spoken quite a bit on machinima.
Douglas Gayeton- A Super Creative and Director of the machinima HBO feature film ”Molotov Alva And His Search For The Creator: A Second Life Odyssey”