Meta-Cinemetrics: Integrally-Informed Moving Image Metrics for Minimizing Risk, Maximizing Creativity and Profit, and Optimizing Viewer Experience, Integral Cinema Project, White Paper No.1, May 2014.The Meta-Cinemetrics approach uses a comprehensive framework based on Integral Theory and Complex Thought to measure cinemetric, psychometric, and sociometric dimensions of moving image works and is based on several years of research by Mark Allan Kaplan, Ph.D. and the Integral Cinema Project.
The core intention behind the Meta-Cinemetrics approach is to help moving image creative and business stakeholders have a more expansive and integrally-informed vision of themselves, each other, their work and their world, while working together more harmoniously to create more critically acclaimed, financially successful, innovative, and culturally, socially, historically, and evolutionary significant moving image works.
We are now in the real-time testing phase of the Meta-Cinemetrics approach through the Integral Cinema Project’s Research Partnership Program. Research Partners participate in the program by using the Meta-Cinemetrics products and services on their current moving image projects and report on their experience and the outcome of the applications of these products and services. Research Partners help cover the cost of this ongoing research by making tax-deductible contributions to the program for each product and service they test.