Weather & Information Visualization


Wednesday, 24 July
1:30 - 3:15 pm
River Room 001

Session Chair: Jacquelyn Martino, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Bringing Computer Graphics to Everyday Environments With Informative Art
How can computer graphics displays be integrated into everyday environments? One answer: a dynamic weather forecast displayed in the style of a modern painter and installed in a public space.

Tobias Skog
Interactive Institute
tobias.skog@interactiveinstitute.se

Sara Ljungblad
Lars Erik Holmquist
Viktoria Institute



Recent Exact Aesthetics Applications
Exact aesthetics is a challenging field of computer-aided visual creativity. It reconstructs design and criticism methods on an algorithmic basis and integrates computers into artistic creation and aesthetic evaluation.

Tomas Staudek
Masarykova univerzita v Brnû
toms@fi.muni.cz

Petr Machala
Masarykova univerzita v Brnû



Occidio
A computer-mediated sound and DVD installation that interprets scientific visualizations of global warming through interplay of video, computer-mediated sound synthesized by theremins, and sculptural forms.

Timothy Nohe
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
nohe@umbc.edu



GEO-COSMOS: The World's First Spherical Display
GEO-COSMOS, the world's first spherical display, uses 3,715 LED panels. The images and movies on this display can be viewed from all directions.

Tamotsu Machida
ViNO azul, Inc.
mach@vino.co.jp

Tsuyoshi "Go" Hotta
DENTSU Inc.
DENTSU Tec, Inc.
National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation





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