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Art and Architecture
Wednesday, 11 August
1:45 - 3:30 pm
Room 515B
Session Chair: Raquel Coelho, Tippett Studio

Superimposing Pictorial Artwork with Projected Imagery
A novel approach for using pictorial artwork as information displays and how to combine almost any kind of computer-generated visual information directly with the painted content.

Gordon Wetzstein
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
gordon.wetzstein (at) medien.uni-weimar.de

Oliver Bimber
Erich Bruns
Franz Coriand
Alexander Kleppe
Tobias Langlotz
Stefanie Zollmann
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Abstracting Design, Designing Abstractions: Use of Computer Graphics in Early Stages of Architectural Design
This sketch investigates digital imagery that interacts and informs architectural design. Imagery that goes beyond "simple" digital versions of traditional methods and becomes a visually attractive and intellectually stimulating partner.

Andrzej Zarzycki
Technomorphic
zarzycki (at) alum.mit.edu
Unlighting the Parthenon
A method for calculating the reflectance of the surface of a complex diffuse object in arbitrary natural lighting.

Christopher Tchou
USC Institute for Creative Technologies
tchou (at) ict.usc.edu

Paul Debevec
Per Einarsson
Marcos Fajardo
Jessi Stumpfel
USC Institute for Creative Technologies
Photometric Stereo for Archeological Inscriptions
A low-cost system suitable for use in the field for acquiring high-resolution geometry and reflectance properties using photometric stereo.

Per Einarsson
USC Institute for Creative Technologies
perei559 (at) student.liu.se

Paul Debevec
Tim Hawkins
USC Institute for Creative Technologies

 
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