My previous post on interactive documentary really should have mentioned Roderick Coover’s work. His webpage is here. He describes his own visual practice as interactive cinemascape, and discusses it in his chapter in the new-ish book Switching Code: Thinking Through Digital Technology in the Arts and Humanities, which he edited with Thomas Bartscherer for Chicago University Press. As the name probably suggests, interactive cinemascape, as Coover describes it, is less participatory than several of the interactive documentarists mentioned in my previous post. Which again suggests that the same visual genre can be generated by very different social practices.