In SIGGRAPH 2020 Art Gallery selection, “Homeostasis,” Emil Polyak uses complex coding and development to narrate the human impact on climate change, as told by data.
Image credit: NASA Scientific Visualization Studio; Headshots from left to right:Ernie Wright, Cindy Starr, Kel Elkins, Greg Shirah, and Kristy Pron In the latest episode of SIGGRAPH Spotlight, the team brings you live to a discussion from SIGGRAPH 2019 that … Continued
By Theresa-Marie Rhyne and Min Chen Image credit: Graphic recordings by Benjamin Felis of the IEEE VIS Technical Awards and the Test of Time and Keynote sessions (Fig. 1) Data visualization is the study of the transformation of data into … Continued
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
Image: Projected detailed visualization of a digital atlas created by Theresa-Marie Rhyne, 2015. Courtesy Theresa-Marie Rhyne Today, we often use step-by-step navigation software like Global Positioning Systems (GPS), instructions from web sites like Map Quest, or our Map Apps on smart … Continued
Image Credit: “PrintCade”, 2014, Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Michael Ang This Q&A is part of a series of interviews with some of the creative minds behind SIGGRAPH 2016. Meet Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Ph.D., SIGGRAPH 2016 Art Gallery Chair. Brucker-Cohen is an award winning … Continued