Job: Holographic visualization of Computational Fluid Dynamics data Researcher
School/department: Leicester Media School
Research group(s): Imaging and Displays Research Group
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH, United Kingdom
T: +44(0)116 207 8678
Tove Dalenius is investigating holographic data visualization of computational fluid dynamics together with a team from the Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development and Holography as part of a proof-of-principle project funded through the Higher Education Innovation fund.
Additionally Tove carries out research activities with De Montfort University's Imaging and Display Research Group (IDRG) exploring the latest 3-D stereoscopic video cameras, postproduction setups and display technologies.
She has a longstanding working practice in the still and moving image production and has experience of teaching through workshops at varying levels. Tove has a keen interest in groundbreaking technologies and developments in editing and imaging technology. She has operated through the changes from tape based analogue technology to solid-state digital workflows, always keeping an investigational angle open.
Tove Dalenius earned her first degree in Fine Art concentrating on experimental video and exhibited her early work in the UK, Sweden and South America. Tove then concentrated on community filmmaking leading innovative issue based projects such as young people making adverts about their own situation, which were screened at commercial cinemas. She completed her MSc at the Institute of Creative Technologies in 2013.
Imaging and Displays Research Group
3-D Film making, Stereographic Video, Image Processing
Creative Technologies MSc
Fine Art BA Hons (Combined Media)
Short courses in 3-D for industrial partners. Panasonic has contributed a significant amount of 3-D equipment.
Institute of Creative Technologies, 2014. Tove Dalenius is taking part in as an investigator in a research project that aims to establish and evaluate audience experiences of the Phoenix Digital Arts Programme that is run in partnership with De Montfort University.
An investigation into how binaural sound may add presence in stereoscopic 3-D TV, 2013. For her MSc major project Tove Dalenius examined viewer experience: immersivity, intimacy and 3-D space perception using 3-D stereoscopic video and 3-D binaural sound recording in out of the laboratory, “real life”, environments.
3-D capture of Her Majesty the Queen. 2012. Tove Dalenius and the DMU Imaging and Display Research Group were chosen for the ground breaking opportunity to film Her Majesty the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge’s Diamond Jubilee visit to De Montfort University in 3-D. The film was displayed at The British Embassy in Tokyo during the DMU Vice Chancellor’s visit there and was well received.
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