Wednesday, 30 July 2003
8:15 - 10:15 am
Room 14 AB
Session Chair: Steve Derrick, Vicarious Visions, Inc.
A Horizontal Stereoscopic Projection System for Working at the Artist Studio & Mimesis, the Function that Made the Organ
Stereoscopy is a great technique for artistic expression in visual arts. This sketch describes a low-cost horizontal stereoscopic projection system and the art project Mimesis, which inspired its development.
Universidad del País Vasco
Design By Example: A Schema for Designing Visualizations Using Examples from Art
A design schema for generating data visualizations using examples from art, where compositional elements such as color, contrast, and lighting have already been worked out by the artist.
Cullen D. Jackson
David H. Laidlaw
Im/possible Images; Registering the Unnoticeable
Virtual-reality techniques broaden the view of reality beyond the human eye and "the eye" of scientific instruments.
Implementing a Paper-Flier Metaphor Using Cloth Simulation
A paper-flier metaphor that simulates physical bulletin boards. A cloth-simulation algorithm simulates 20 sheets of paper in real time. Their content is live and interactive.
FX Palo Alto Laboratory
Firefly Flash Synchronization
A model of firefly synchrony observed in nature, where fireflies adjust their individual illumination intervals to flash as a collective unit.
DreamWorks Feature Animation