Table of contents for Shivers down your spine : cinema, museums, and the immersive view / Alison Griffiths.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
List of Illustrations
Introduction
Part I. From Cathedral to IMAX Screen: Case Studies in Immersive Spectatorship
1. Immersive Viewing and the "Revered Gaze"
2. Spectacle and Immersion in the Nineteenth-Century Panorama
3. Expanded Vision IMAX Style: Traveling as Far as the Eye Can See
4. "A Moving Picture of the Heavens": Immersion in the Planetarium Space Show
Part II. Museums and Screen Culture: Immersion and Interactivity Over Centuries 
5. Back to the (Interactive) Future: The Legacy of the Nineteenth-Century Science Museum
6. From Daguerreotype to IMAX Screen: Multimedia and IMAX at the Smithsonian Institution
7. Film and Interactive Media in the Museum Gallery: From "Roto-Radio" to Immersive Video
8. Conclusion
Notes
Filmography
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Museums and motion pictures.
Museums -- Social aspects.
Museum exhibits.
Shared virtual environments.
Interactive multimedia.
Visual communication -- Case studies.
Audiences -- Case studies.
Public spaces -- Social aspects -- Case studies.