Visualizing Humans

Thursday, 25 July
8:10 - 10:15 am
Room 217BCD

Session Chair: Rick Parent, Ohio State University


Computer Graphics to Illustrate Development of a Human Embryo for Professional Medical Education
Using 3D computer graphics to illustrate development of a human embryo for education in embryology, one of the basic subjects in professional medical education.

Koh Kakusho
Kyoto University
kakusho@media.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Yutaka Minekura
Michihiko Minoh
Shinobu Mizuta
Tomoko Nakatsu
Kohei Shiota
Kyoto University



Investigating Face Space
A development system created to explore what it means to "surf" through face space.

Steve DiPaola
Simon Fraser University
steve@dipaola.org



The Development of a Functional Visualization System for Creation of Digital Human Models
An attempt to realize a functional visualization system for creation of digital models of people with disabilities for use by designers and clinicians.

John Jay Miller
Mississippi State University
jmiller@sarc.msstate.edu

Weidong Wang
Craig Bennett Associates, Architects

Gavin R. Jenkins
Mississippi State University



DocuDrama Conversations
DocuDrama supports generation of interactive narratives that are based on activities in a collaborative virtual environment.

Leonie Schaefer
Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Informationstechnik
leonie.schaefer@fit.fhg.de

Elaine M. Raybourn
Sandia National Laboratories

Amanda Oldroyd
BTexact Technologies





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