Learn, Research, Render: SIGGRAPH 2016 Talks & Panels

Painting with Turbulance © 2016 Chuqiao Wang, Sam Wang, and Robert Geist, Clemson University The SIGGRAPH 2016 Advance Program is out and, with it, more in-depth previews of conference content are now available. Explore the links below for some highlights from the … Continued

SIGGRAPH 2016 Technical Papers Preview

© 2016 Cornell University, Columbia University, and Stanford University The SIGGRAPH Technical Papers program is the premier international forum for disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques. The 2016 program includes both juried and curated content, and … Continued

VR: Where Everything Is New, Or Old, Or Both!

ACM guest blogger and Research Vice President at Gartner and self-proclaimed SIGGRAPH junkie Brian Blau shares his POV on the evolution of Virtual Reality and its intersection with SIGGRAPH conferences over the years. I’ll admit it straight away, I’m a … Continued

SIGGRAPH 2016: Contribute Your Content

SIGGRAPH has always celebrated the synergy of art, science, and technology through a passion for graphics, interactivity, enhanced realities, games, mobile, robotics, visualization, and any other area where creative convergences occur. For more than 40 years, our conference has nurtured … Continued

That’s a Wrap – Highlights from SIGGRAPH 2015

The collaboration between the graphics, art and technologies always brings out the new, the exciting and the inspired. At SIGGRAPH 2015, various disciplines and interests intersected at the “Xroads of Discovery.” Throughout the year, the conference and program chairs worked … Continued

Art Papers Chair Victoria Szabo Shares What Makes the Program and SIGGRAPH Special

SIGGRAPH 2015 Art Papers Chair Victoria Szabo explains the important role of artists and draws attention to what this unique program offers the community at large. Reminder: Art Papers submissions are due 22:00 UTC/GMT, 27 January 2015. What is your … Continued

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