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The Impacts of Artistic Creativity, Scientific Creativity, General Creativity on Perceived Enjoyment and Intention to Reuse : Focused on Role-Playing Game Players (예술적 창의성, 과학적 창의성, 일반적 창의성이 지각된 즐거움과 재이용의도에 미치는 영향 : 롤플레잉 게임 이용자들을 대상으로)

  • Byeon, Hyeon-Su
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.59-67
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    • 2011
  • The increase in the use of video games is resulting in the perception of some variables for video gamers. Therefore, it is necessary to identify the drivers for video games and their effects on the users to lead the growth strategies for the video gaming business. In this study, the drivers of video game play are creativities and enjoyment which are based on previous studies. And an empirical analysis was performed to determine the effect of these variables on intention to reuse. First, the results showed that artistic, scientific, and general creativity affect perceived enjoyment. Second, perceived enjoyment appeared to be a significant factor of intention to reuse. Specially, the author confirmed that artistic creativity has a very significant effect on enjoyment of video games.

A Quest on Possibility of Artistic Activity for Strengthening Creativity of Gifted Children: Centering on Music Activity (영재의 창의성 신장을 위한 예술 활동의 가능성 탐색: 음악 활동을 중심으로)

  • Tae, Jin-Mi
    • Journal of Gifted/Talented Education
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.789-807
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    • 2010
  • This study was carried out in order to explore possibility of artistic activity for strengthening creativity of the gifted children at home by analyzing influence of the gifted children's musical experience and interest level upon creativity. As a result of research, the gifted children's musical experience and interest level were distributed in the mid-lower rank as a whole. The mean in score of creativity was high. Among sub-spheres, originality, abstractness of titles, and resistance to premature closure were surveyed to be especially excellent. And the result of this study was indicated to be high in influence of musical experience and interest level upon creativity. Some conclusions and implications that were obtained through this study are as follows. First, to explore influence of musical experience as artistic activity upon creativity, first of all, the qualitative inspection needs to be given priority to musical activity itself, which is being experienced by the gifted children as the research subjects. Second, there is necessity of paying attention to the musical experience and interest level of the low gifted children. Third, for the gifted children prior to activation of art education, a clear reason why the art education is needed and the usefulness need to be presented.

Science and Art: Some Preliminary Studies in their Convergence and Interfaces (과학과 예술: 그 수렴과 접점을 위한 시론)

  • Hong Sung-Ook
    • Journal of Science and Technology Studies
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.1-30
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    • 2005
  • In recent times, artists rely increasingly on science and technology, whereas scientists frequently use such an aesthetic tenn like 'eauty.' This shows that the gap between the 'two cultures' are narrowing down due to the necessity of both sides. The historical interaction between science and art has been extensively discussed by the historians of art and those of science. As the complexities of scientific and artistic practices were uncovered, similarities between them were also revealed. The goals of this paper, which explores the relationship and interactions between science and art, are the following three. The first is to bridge the gap between the two cultures (i.e., science and art) by disclosing the mutual influences between them. Second, drawing on recent works on the nature of scientific and artistic creativity, this paper aims to show some similarities and even common factors between scientific and artistic creativity. Finally, by highlighting similarities and common elements between scientific and artistic creativity, this paper will emphasize the role of imagination, insight, emotion and visualization not only in art but also in science.

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The Creative Education for Digital Contents Production (창의적인 디지털 컨텐츠 개발을 위한 교육)

  • 김혜경
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.335-344
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    • 2003
  • Creativity has become a buzzword in the 21s1 century to the extent that it is considered as one of the criteria for a nation's competitiveness. In the cultural industry, one of the industries with the highest growth potential, creativity is the decisive factor Nevertheless, we have to admit that there is a serious lack of this quality in the planning area. Everyone is born with creativity and creative way of looking at things can be developed through training and education. Most of universities now classify digital contents within the realm of design, therefore, emphasizing only the formal or the artistic side of it. However, the study of digital contents requires creative thinking processes that are oriented to problem-solving, for which one needs to put together his/her planning (socio-cultural), expressive (artistic) and technological (scientific) capabilities at the same time. Also, the education of digital contents should be focused not only on acquiring the knowledge and skills, but also on developing individual creativity and learning to increase one's creativity working in a team of an organization. For the environmental aspect, education for creativity should take into account social and cultural specificities of Korea. Therefore, continuous studies must be done to explore more concrete ways of developing creativity on the individual, organizational and environmental levels.

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A Study on the Artistic Character of Textile Design of the Wiener Werkstaette (빈공방(Wiener Werkstaette) 직물디자인의 예술적 특성 연구)

  • Lim Young-Ja;Choi Og-Su
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.54 no.7
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    • pp.121-134
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    • 2004
  • Wiener Werkstaette(workshop) established in 1903 was an artistic handicraft working group, the central figure of which was an architecture, J. Hoffman. Especially its textile design part established in 1910 produced good results. The textile design part of Wiener Werkstaette took total artwork (Gesamtkunstwerke), which Pursued artistic work in all visual parts of life, as a central concept of their work and tried to insert the artistic creativity into the textile design. Regarding the influence relationship between Wiener Werkstaette textile design and formative art, it was influenced by the geometric tendency of C.R. Mackintosh and the style and motive of Japanese art. From 1910's, bright, vivid and cheerful designs were mass-produced by uniquely using various motives, techniques and colors. The formative significance of Wiener Werkstaette textile design are as follows. Firstly, the pattern includes both rational and sensual elements. Secondly, the aesthetic patterns of Wiener Werkstaette include formative elements anticipating the modernism. The leading artistic sense like this played role of catalyzer through which the golden age of artistic decoration, art deco, came. The significance of the textile was made aware through clothes design . The clothes design made with Wiener Werkstaette textile conveyed message as art to everyone and provided the elite of society supporting them with Proud that they are fashion leader ahead of times and have artistic sense. Wiener Werkstaette textile design like this played big role as an instrument for realizing the total artwork by attaining the new artistic formative fruits.

A Review of the Cognitive Neuroscience of Creativity (창의성에 대한 인지신경과학 연구 개관)

  • Cho, Soohyun
    • Korean Journal of Cognitive Science
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.393-433
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    • 2015
  • Creativity refers to the ability to generate novel and useful ideas. Understanding the mechanism of creativity and its enhancement is important in order to solve major problems of the modern society and to improve the wellness of mankind. Creativity is a highly heterogeneous and complex ability which should not be conceptualized as a single entity. Thus, the current literature on creativity is based on a component process approach to creativity. The present study introduces cognitive neuroscience research studying the mechanism of divergent thinking, insight, relational thinking and artistic creativity which are the major components of creativity. Based on an expansive review, the early hypothesis of hemispheric asymmetry emphasizing the importance of the right as opposed to the left hemisphere is not supported by scientific evidence. In addition, there is no consensus or consistency on which specific brain region is related to a certain component of creativity. In fact, there is a mixture of studies reporting involvement of various brain regions across all four lobes of the brain. This inconsistency in the literature most likely reflects heterogeneity of the component processes of creativity and sensitivity of the neural response to differences across tasks and cognitive strategy. The present study introduces examples of representative studies reporting seminal findings on the neural basis and the enhancement of creativity based on innovative methodology. In addition, we discuss limitations of the current cognitive neuroscience approach to creativity and present directions for future research.

A Phenomenological Study Defining the Fundamentals between Artistic Stimulation and the Creation of a Product-Service Innovation Idea (학습자의 경영예술 창작 체험이 제품-서비스 혁신 아이디어 생성에 미치는 영향에 대한 현상학적 연구)

  • Yoon, Ayoung;Kym, Hyogun;Suh, Hyunju
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.105-135
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    • 2019
  • This study investigates cognitive and emotional changes in individuals to clarify the principle between artistic stimulation and business innovation idea generation based on phenomenological research methodology. We conducted in-depth interviews with six participants who participated in the artistic creation program of business art, and derived meanings from their experience. As a result, we presented 4 essential categories, 8 main subjects, and 20 sub-subjects; 1) Optimizing rational and creative thinking, 2) Projecting oneself to the artist, finding balance, 3) Having room in mind to view the surroundings, finding insight into the world, 4) Eureka moment, crossing the boundary between business and art. We also found out participants of the program 1) Gradually expanded the criteria, 2) In chaotic directions, and 3) Leaded business creativity through from a non-form to reality throughout the project experience, The attempt to identify business phenomena by using phenomenological qualitative research methods had an academic significance regarding the unfamiliarity of the method in the business administration area. Moreover, this study broadened the possibility of promoting creativity by art in business areas. The study verified the categories and subjects of the business art, paving the way towards application in the real business situation.

Status of Brain-based Artistic Education Fusion Study - Basic Study for Animation Drawing Education (뇌기반 예술교육 융합연구의 현황 - 애니메이션 드로잉 교육을 위한 기초연구)

  • Lee, Sun Ju;Park, Sung Won
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.237-257
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    • 2014
  • This study is the process of performing the interdisciplinary fusion study between multiple fields by identifying the status on the previous artistic education considering the brain scientific mechanism of image creativity and brain-based learning principles. In recent years, producing the educational methods of each field as the fusion study activities are emerging as the trend and thanks to such, the results of brain-based educational fusion studies are being presented for each field. It includes artistic fields such as music, art and dance. In other words, the perspective is that by understanding the operating principles of the brain while creativity and learning is taking place, when applying various principles that can develop the corresponding functions as a teaching method, it can effectively increase the artistic performance ability and creativity. Since the animation drawing should be able to intuitively recognize the elements of movement and produce the communication with the target beyond the delineative perspective of simply drawing the objects to look the same, it requires the development of systematic educational method including the methods of communication, elements of higher cognitive senses as well as the cognitive perspective of form implementation. Therefore, this study proposes a literature study results on the artistic education applied with brain-based principles in order to design the educational model considering the professional characteristics of animation drawing. Therefore, the overseas and domestic trends of the cases of brain-based artistic education were extracted and analyzed. In addition, the cases of artistic education studies applied with brain-based principles and study results from cases of drawing related education were analyzed. According to the analyzed results, the brain-based learning related to the drawing has shown a common effect of promoting the creativity and changes of positive emotion related to the observation, concentration and image expression through the training of the right brain. In addition, there was a case of overseas educational application through the brain wave training where the timing ability and artistic expression have shown an enhancement effect through the HRV training, SMR, Beta 1 and neuro feedback training that strengthens the alpha/seta wave and it was proposing that slow brain wave neuro feedback training contributes significantly in overcoming the stress and enhancing the creative artistic performance ability. The meaning of this study result is significant in the fact that it was the case that have shown the successful application of neuro feedback training in the environment of artistic live education beyond the range of laboratory but the use of the machine was shown to have limitations for being applied to the teaching methods so its significance can be found in providing the analytical foundation for applying and designing the brain-based learning principles for future animation drawing teaching methods.

Study on Influences of Religious Philosophy upon Modern Creativity-art and Artistic Volition - Focus on the Ideas of 'Panentheism' appeared in Avant-Garde Building Artists in turns of Century - (근대 창조성-예술과 예술적 자유의지에 미친 종교철학의 영향 - 세기의 전환기에 아방가르드 건축 예술가들에게서 나타난 '범재신론' 사상을 중심으로 -)

  • Oh, Zhang-Huan
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.112-119
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    • 2013
  • This study focuses on an innate 'spiritual' quality of arts including building art, or a meaning of the religious philosophy of 'creativity-art'. In particular, this focuses, among two aspects in roots of modernism, especially on the irrational facet veiled by the name of 'a new' religious faith, rather than the rational such as the function. In fact, although modern Avant-gardes' religious philosophical faiths called by different names respectively have generally considered as one of the sources for their designs, nevertheless it had veiled because of the religious 'orthodoxy power' at that time. Arguably, as known well, the creativity of art is intimate relation with a religious ideas. Thus, for this purpose, this study treats this theme in central these three issues; Orientalism, Universalism, and Froebelianism which are intimate in the realm of religious philosophy. Ultimately, through a research on the universal religious philosophy in all three objects as keeping a quality not of pantheism but of 'Panentheism' emphasizing the individual's 'divine' artistic volition, this study deepens the understanding on the Creativity-art as the main characteristic of modernity. Namely, it is very important to draw a distinction between pantheism and Panentheism; because, through the pantheism, it is difficult to comprehend a stream and a characteristic of the twentieth new religious thoughts including those of modern avant-garde artists, as well as their existential free-will as a whole.

A Study on Aesthetic Characteristics of Enlargement Hair Type - Compare the Enlarged Hair Type in the late Chosun Dynasty and that in Rococo - (확대형 두발양식의 미적특성에 관한 연구 - 조선후기와 로코코시대의 비교분석 -)

  • Yim, Lynn;Kim, Eun-Jung
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.57 no.4
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    • pp.143-158
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    • 2007
  • This study considers enlargement phenomenon in hair style as one of Costume types and analyzes its artistic characteristics based on the comparison between Hair style in the late Chosun Dynasty and that of the Rococo. First, its formative property, one of the common aesthetic characteristics, breaks the concept of traditional balance in Clothing and emphasizes its transformation, changes, and space beauty. This formative property shows the Enlargement and exaggeration beyond the concept of Space. Its sensuous property reflects women's psychological minds; exaggeration and sensualism. Artistic property doesn't focus on hair style only or clothing style only and considers hair style as renter of beauty as well as its important element. It shows the traditional beauty of nature and creativity in the Chosun Dynasty. Second, its formative property, one of the differential aesthetic characteristics, shows these following differences considering the aesthetic characteristics in the late Chosun Dynasty and that of the Rococo; mutual transformation, independent transformation, focus on distortion, harmony in scale, disharmony between irregularity and exception, extension and separation in space, etc. Sensuous property shows the temperate beauty and metaphorical sense, affected by the Practical Science, in the late Chosun Dynasty while it shows the secular sense and exaggerated beauty, affected by the Enlightenment, in the Rococo. Artistic property shows the harmony with the Clothing style, balanced wearing lines, and natural beauty, as one part of Clothing, in the late Chosun Dynasty. However it shows creativity, as separate part from Clothing, in the Rococo.