Booklet series "Concepts of the Digital Image":
First volume: "Adaptivity"

First volume of the new series “Concepts of the Digital Image”, edited by Matthias Bruhn, Kathrin Friedrich, Lydia Kähny and Moritz Queisner.

The digital image is becoming adaptive: portable media and interactive applications are increasingly incorporating processor and sensor technology that enables images to adapt to their environment, reacting to inputs and situations in real time. Image, body and space are interconnected and synchronised, with long-term consequences for human perception, actions and decisions. The expanded possibilities entail new dependencies on technologies and on the aesthetic and operational specifications of those who design and provide these technologies. This volume outlines a new kind of images with the help of concrete case studies and aims to make clear where and to what extent ‘adaptive images’ have already penetrated our technologised everyday life and our working world.

Josephine Rais (CC BY-NC-ND)

With contributions by:

Matthias Bruhn, Kathrin Friedrich, Lydia Kähny, Matthias Planitzer, Moritz Queisner, Josephine Rais, Carmen Westermeier.

Citation recommended:
Bruhn, M.; Friedrich, K.; Kähny, L.; Queisner, M.: Adaptivität (Begriffe des digitalen Bildes, hrsg. v. H. Kohle, H. Locher). Hildesheim, München 2021.

DOI: 10.5282/ubm/epub.76331 (Open Access)
ISBN: 978-3-487-16053-5

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Individual contributions

Was sind adaptive Bilder?
Matthias Bruhn, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner

Szenarien adaptiver Bildgebung
Matthias Bruhn, Kathrin Friedrich, Lydia Kähny, Moritz Queisner

Coworking auf dem Trecker.
Das menschliche Auge und die Digitalisierung in der Landwirtschaft
Carmen Westermeier

Der angepasste Blick.
Personalisierte Werbung in Zeiten maschinellen Lernens
Matthias Planitzer

Adaptivität – die Zukunft digitaler Bildgebung?
Matthias Bruhn, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner

Design: Lydia Kähny
Illustrations: Josephine Rais (CC BY-NC-ND)
Repros: Cédric Weber