Jeremy Parker is a lecturer in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT.
- Parker, J. (2004). Using 3D virtual game space as a tool for documentation and demonstrations In: Informit RMIT Library: Image, Text and Sound 2004: The Yet Unseen: Rendering Stories, Carlton, Victoria, Australia,
- Greuter, S.,Parker, J.,Stewart, N.,Leach, G. (2003). Real-time procedural generation of 'pseudo infinite' cities In: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia, Melbourne, 2003
- Greuter, S.,Parker, J.,Stewart, N.,Leach, G. (2003). Undiscovered worlds - Towards a framework for real-time procedural world generation In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Digital Arts and Culture Conference, Melbourne,
- Nix, J.,Parker, J. (2003). Hello In: Centre for Animation and Interactive Media Melbourne, Australia
Note: Supervision projects since 2004
3 PhD Completions and 7 Masters by Research Completions
The potential of virtual environments to host narrative, the architecture of virtual spaces, forms of content for computer games particularly FPS and simulations, animation including a passionate interest in the range of Japanese styles, the ability of creative programming to liberate ideas within interactive multimedia environments, exploring new forms for the graphic narrative on the web, Japanese comics.
- Vital Signs Conference. Funded by: Australia Council for the Arts Grant pre-2014 from (2005 to 2005)