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Images et sons dans les hypermédias

Abstract : The goal of this article is to underline the continuities and breaks, the digital technology brought to the relationship between pictures and sounds. From the mutual influence of graphic and sound arts on painting, to the hypermedia today, we can easily spot an always-stronger convergence dynamic between these two media. Digital technology, with its discrete common encoding, is a strong point of this evolution and generates different specific ways of communicating: interactivity, generativity, and simulation. Each of them, in its own way, changes the relationships between the two representations, as different steps towards a fusion of the production conditions. This relationship's evolution concerns as much the designer (who manipulates an always-richer " audiovisual material ") as the user (new applications appear, documentary search functions evolve…) and modifies the nature of the media itself : not fully a picture nor a sound anymore, this fusion creates a new composite audiovisual object, structured and complex.
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Hervé Zénouda. Images et sons dans les hypermédias. 8ème édition de la conférence H2TPM'05, Université Paris 8; CNAM; Université de Valenciennes, Nov 2005, Paris, France. ⟨sic_01759205⟩



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