Graphics in the Large: Is Bigger Better?
Thursday, 25 July
3:30-5:30 pm
Ballroom C3

The world of display devices is expanding rapidly, both literally and figuratively. New commercial and research devices come in larger sizes (measured in meters, not inches) and different physical forms (rectangular surfaces, cylindrical segments, truncated spheres). These new devices make computer graphics and interactive techniques far more amenable to group activities, because they can display more and more data simultaneously. This panel examines the impact of displaying and interacting with more and more data and debates a key question: Is bigger necessarily better?

Organizer/Moderator
David J. Kasik
Boeing Corporation


Panelists
Loren Carpenter
Pixar Animation Studios

Brian Fisher
The University of British Columbia

David J. Kasik
Boeing Corporation

Richard A. May
University of Washington

Norbert Streitz
Fraunhofer IPSI




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