A real shadow has infinite resolution. Discover how one SIGGRAPH 2019 team turned real optical shadows into fragmented, textured, and immersed projection graphics for Fragment Shadow.
photo of the SIGGRAPH 2016 Art Gallery © ACM SIGGRAPH Traveling internationally over the holidays or in the new year? Don’t skip the art! In honor of the approaching SIGGRAPH 2019 Art Gallery submissions deadline (on 29 January 2019), we’ve … Continued
The Studio is perhaps the SIGGRAPH conference’s most playful space, and we sat down with SIGGRAPH 2019 Studio chair Chrissy Cain to learn more about her vision for the program in Los Angeles next summer. SIGGRAPH: Tell us about … Continued
Image credit: “Augmented Fauna and Glass Mutations: A Dialogue Between Material and Technique in Glassblowing and 3D Printing” © 2018 City University of Hong Kong Artists, theorists, historians, and researchers alike submitted their contributions to the SIGGRAPH 2018 Art Papers … Continued
The SIGGRAPH 2018 conference has teamed up with FlyOver Canada to bring the community a Themed Entertainment Contest, inviting creators to develop content specific to the FlyOver Canada Theatre System. The system supports motion, mist, and wind effects. The contest … Continued
“Visual History with Choson Dynasty Annals” © 2016 Chung-Ang University Imagine. Create. Innovate. Share. These are the words that jump to mind when I think about the artists, scientists, designers, and engineers whose scholarship is at the intersection of research, … Continued