The San Diego Convention Center houses the hubbub SIGGRAPH 2003
by Tai-San Choo
SIGGRAPH 2003 Off to a
28 July 2003
SIGGRAPH 2003 kicked off bright and early
Sunday morning in San Diego. Thousands of attendees
milled about the spacious halls of the San Diego convention center,
standing in lines for donuts or pretzels, happily greeting familiar
faces as they walked by. Business was brisk at the registration
booths as attendees picked up their badges, their conference
and of course the all-important tickets to the Electronic Theatre.
The Reports crew will be capturing
the experience of being at SIGGRAPH. While it is impossible to
describe every picture or record every talk, these Reports will
attempt to convey the diversity, intensity and excitement of
the conference. Whether you're interested in academics, art,
technology,movies or gaming, SIGGRAPH is an thrilling place to
be, and we hope that these Reports help in some small part to
bring that thrill home.
Check out our latest updates:
- Paper Presentations Enlighten
- Being Herded At The Art
- The Future Looks Bright;
However, Is Change in the Offing?
- The job-hunt: Can you get game??
- So Many Ways to go to SIGGRAPH
- The Hype, the Chaos, the Swag
and Miscellaneous: The Exhibition
- The Convergence of Computer
Graphics and the Film Industry
- Only The Lonely: Course
on Independent Animation Production
- On the spot: What is the
coolest, most impressive booth on the Exhibition Floor?
- To Sleep or Not to Sleep?
- Let’s get animated!
The introduction to Computer Graphics Course gets animated
- Creatures, Critters, and Clones:
Styles and Techniques Unique to Industrial Light and Magic
- SIGGRAPH extreme!
of Change: SIGGRAPH 2003 Returns to the West Coast
- Introduction to Computer Graphics: Perception IS Data?
- The Fastest Session
at SIGGRAPH: the Fast-Forward Papers Preview
- The Art Surrounds You: A talk with Michael Wright about the
- Writer's Blog
- On the spot: Are you a gamer?
- Interviews with Alan Chalmers,
Marc Levoy, Peter
Strickon, Alan Norton, Holly
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