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Mississippi State University

CAL    Painting Space With BLUI
BLUI (Body Language User Interface) allows an artist to paint in the CAVE virtual environment. A 40-foot x 4-foot panoramic print of such a 3D painting is presented in this sketch.
 
Bill Brody
Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
910 Yukon Drive
P.O.Box 756020
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-6020 USA
brody@arsc.edu


CAL    A Constructive Approach To Playing Dynamic Graphics
Instruments that permit artists to play graphics as musicians play with sound must incorporate models for defining and controlling colors, forms, and movements. Imager provides these models to Max.
 
Fred Collopy
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue
693 Enterprise Hall
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7235 USA
flc2@po.cwru.edu


Time Document: New Media for Dynamic Public Art
In this project, computer-driven projection techniques create an experimental arena in a public city-space where artists working in new media can create ever-changing content.
 
Mats G. Nordahl
Innovative Design
Chalmers University of Technology
Göteborg S-412 96 SWEDEN
tfemn@fy.chalmers.se

Liquid Time: An Exploration of Video Cubism
The Liquid Time installation and software explore video cubism by deconstructing the video frame as a unit of playback. Slices from different frames of the same video are displayed simultaneously.
 
Camille Utterback
Interactive Telecommunications Program
New York University
721 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, New York 10003 USA
clu200@nyu.edu

 

 

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