"Synaptic Crowd: Vox Pop Experiments" consists of a series of performative investigations of the vox populi interview format using a collaborative tool that integrates browser and mobile interfaces along with face-to-face interaction by enabling distributed groups to conduct live interviews collaboratively through the phone of a remote camera operator.
This film by Joshua McVeigh-Schultz is part of the USC Annenberg Graduate Fellowship Program's second annual Research and Creative Project Symposium, held April 29, 2010, which features multimedia presentations by Annenberg Fellows at the University of Southern California. Presenters exhibit original and exceptional scholarly work and/or creative projects that investigate questions in communication and digital media.
The USC Annenberg Graduate Fellowship Program funds more than 100 world-class graduate students in the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, the USC School of Cinematic Arts, and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. USC Annenberg Fellows conduct cutting-edge communication and digital media research, advance important new programs in the communication arena, and constitute an internationally recognized and highly regarded group of communication research scholars and creative practitioners.