Remote Presence is a technology and innovation scouting magazine featuring news about the universe of electronic media arts, design, science and technology. Our main focus is on all sorts of innovation with a potential to radically change the way in which we perceive the world, communicate with each other, manufacture goods and shape our future. We provide technology reviews, event notifications, tutorials and insights that help our readers to stay informed about cutting edge technologies.
We are dedicated to deliver top quality to our readers. We publish selected information carefully filtered out of the Internet’s background noise. Our target groups are art directors, media artists, interaction and product designers, media managers, film producers, multimedia scientists, students, entrepreneurs and people generally interested in the future media technology.
Alexander Eichhorn, editor in chief
Alexander is executive editor for Remote Presence. During the past 10 years he has worked with live video communications, 3D, multi-view and scalable video processing, and perceptual quality assessment both in research and industry. Besides engineering, Alexander has been active in arts&science collaborations where advanced media technology has been used by artists to create remote presence live-performances over the Internet. Alexander was researcher at Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany and at the Simula Research Laboratory in Oslo, Norway, founder and managing director of the Art.on.Wires Society and head organiser of the Art.on.Wires Festival for Arts & Technology in Oslo. Currently, he works as CTO for his own start-up company Kidtsunami in Berlin.
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