SIGGRAPH 96
Applications

If All the World's a Stage: The Impact of Global Illumination on the Entertainment and Architectural Lighting Art

A demonstration of the practical benefits of integrating still and interactive photo-accurate images into the entertainment and architectural lighting design process.

Robert Shakespeare
Theater Computer Visualization Center
Indiana University
400 East Seventh Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47401 USA
+1.812.855.8827
tcvc@indiana.edu


A Flock of Words: Real Time Animation and Video Controlled by Algorithmic Music Analysis

A composition that combines large-scale holograms, video projection, animation, robotic lighting effects, and computer music.

Eric Singer
esinger@graphics.nyu.edu

Robert Rowe
Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
New York University
35 West 4th Street, Room 777
New York, New York 10012 USA
+1.212.998.5435
rower@acf2.nyu.edu

Doris Vila
vila@dorsai.org


Life Forms: An Application of Computer Graphics to Support Dance Choreography

An application of computer graphics techniques to dance choreography, with a focus on how choreographers are using it for visualizing conceptual ideas for movement composition before applying them to studio work.

Tom Calvert
Sang Mah
Graphics & Multimedia Research Lab
Centre For Systems Science
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 1S6 CANADA
+1.604.291.4369
+1.604.291.4424 fax
sang@cs.sfu.ca


SCIRun: Applying Interactive Computer Graphics to Scientific Problems

Graphical user interfaces, high-performance graphics hardware, 3D interaction, scientific visualization, and advanced rendering methods applied to problems in computational medicine and computational fluid dynamics.

Steven G. Parker
Christopher R. Johnson
Department of Computer Science 3190 MEB
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 USA
+1.801.581.8224
+1.801.581.5843 fax
sparker@cs.utah.edu


Clinical Application of Computer Graphics for Design and Delivery of Conformal Radiation Therapy

Visualization techniques that exploit 3D computer graphics and medical image data to help design and deliver conformal radiation therapy treatments.

Marc L. Kessler
Department of Radiation Oncology
The University of Michigan Medical School
B2C490, Box 0010
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 USA
+1.313.936.9342
+1.313.936.7859 fax
mkessler@umich.edu


Computer Applications of the Visible Human Dataset

Some of the current and more practical computer-based applications of the U.S. National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Dataset.

John Clynes
Don Middleton
Scientific Computing Division
National Center for Atmospheric Research
1850 Table Mesa Drive
Boulder, Colorado 80303 USA
+1.303.497.1236
+1.303.497.1298 fax
clyne@ncar.ucar.edu
don@ncar.ucar.edu

Karl Reinig
Center for Human Simulation
University of Colorado


Terminator 2-3D

Production of a new theme park attraction composed of live actors, physical stage elements, and three 50-foot wraparound screens displaying a completely rendered 3D world.

Aaron Pfau
Digital Domain
300 Rose Avenue
Venice, California 90291 USA
+1.310.314.2853
+1.310.314.2888 fax
puffer@d2.com


FlyThru The Boeing 777

An application developed to meet the need for greater analysis context has expanded to include a system for distributing CAD data and finding data of interest to groups of users.

Bob Abarbanel
William McNeely
Advanced Design Systems
Research & Technology, Boeing Information & Support Services
P.O. Box 3707, MS 7L-40
Seattle, Washington 98124 USA
+1.206.865.2734
+1.206.865.2965 fax
abar@boeing.com

Eric Brechner
Microsoft Corporation


Animations from NASA's Exploration of Outer Space: Use of Computer Graphics with Satellite Data

Various methods for displaying and animating remotely sensed data, putting the data into a context that is intuitive and useful to the viewer, and using computer graphics techniques to display data in a form that can convey more meaning, not only to the general public but also to the scientific community.

Jeff Hall
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
California Institute of Technology
4800 Oak Grove Drive MS 168-414
Pasadena, California 91109 USA
+1.818.354.4249
+1.818.393.6962 fax
Jeffrey.R.Hall@jpl.nasa.gov


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