Educators Program Workshops

Building an Affordable Projective, Immersive Display
Monday, 22 July
3:15 - 5:15 pm
Room 205

How to construct a projection-based virtual reality display using commodity components, for use in university class or museum settings.

Dave Pape
Res Umbrae
642 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14222 USA
pape@evl.uic.edu


Josephine Anstey
University at Buffalo


CANCELED: Life Drawing and 3D Figure Modeling With Maya I: Overview & Startup
Tuesday, 23 July
3:15 - 5:15 pm
Room 205

This two-part workshop introduces the process of transferring life drawings into 3D models using Maya. After an overview and introductory lecture and demonstration, attendees start a life drawing session.

Gregory P. Garvey
Quinnipiac University
72 Ralston Avenue
Hamden, Connecticut 06517 USA
greg.garvey@guinnipiac.edu



Life Drawing and 3D Figure Modeling With Maya II: Working in Maya
Thursday, 25 July
8:30 - 10:30 am
CAL/Room 214 CD

In this continuation of the earlier workshop, attendees learn to use their digitized life drawings within Maya in 3D.

Gregory P. Garvey
Quinnipiac University
72 Ralston Avenue
Hamden, Connecticut 06517 USA
greg.garvey@guinnipiac.edu



Integrating Web 3D Into 3D Animation Curricula
Thursday, 25 July
1:30 - 3:30 pm
CAL/Room 214 CD

Teaching Web 3D involves trade-offs in tools,
learning curves, and end-user experiences.
This workshop demonstrates software that
teaches artists to instantly create Web 3D
without programming.

Mitch Williams
3D-Online
820 Manhattan Avenue
Suite 104
Manhattan Beach, California 90266 USA
mwilliams@3D-online.com



Hi Tech-Lo Tech: K-12 Science Visualization
Thursday, 25 July
2:10 - 4 pm
Room 205

This workshop introduces visualization freeware to K-12 science programs using low-tech,hands-on models. High-level science concepts are approached through several low-cost methods.

Susana Maria Halpine
Candle Light Productions
8640 Gulana Avenue, J-1016
Playa del Rey, California 90293 USA
shalpine@earthlink.net



Teaching Human Facial Modeling Through Plaster Face Casting
Friday, 26 July
1:30 - 3:30 pm
Room 205

Learn how to create 3D plaster casts of subjects' faces. Plaster molds help modelers define topology, understand form, effectively create accurate facial models.

Adam Watkins
University of the Incarnate Word
4301 Broadway
Box 389
San Antonio, Texas 78209 USA
adamwatkins@mac.com




Summaries of SIGGRAPH 2002 Educators Program presentations are available in the SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications
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