A discussion facilitated by Michela Taufer, Ph.D., General Chair of SC19, that originally ran on the SC19 blog.
Photo of Technical Papers Fast Forward by Jim Hagarty © 2018 ACM SIGGRAPH As another year closes, we’re reflecting on the positives. Though 2018 brought about change across all of computer graphics, research once again takes the cake for capturing … Continued
Graphic Recording of the SIGGRAPH 2018 Business Symposium “Academic and Industry Partnership” panel by Jason Toal The SIGGRAPH 2018 Business Symposium “Academic and Industry Partnership” session was a combined panel and roundtable discussion, and consisted of panelists ranging from researchers … Continued
SIGGRAPH Asia Tokyo is fast approaching, Bektur Ryskeldiev from the SIGGRAPH International Resources Committee interviewed Yoichi Ochiai who provides a great insight into the culture behind computer graphics in Japan. Yoichi, who has a background in computer science, is part … Continued
As the SIGGRAPH 2019 Call for Submissions opens, there is palpable excitement to see the innovative, thoughtful, and groundbreaking ideas that our community will share. From new research to emerging technologies to innovative art, the content that is ultimately chosen … Continued
Image: An Implicit Frictional Contact Solver for Adaptive Cloth Simulation. Courtesy of the authors: Jie Li, Gilles Daviet, Rahul Narain, Florence Bertails-Descoubes, Matthew Overby, George E. Brown, Laurence Boissieux. Ⓒ 2018 The SIGGRAPH Technical Papers program recognizes and probes the most recent technical advances in … Continued
Photo by Jim Hagarty © 2018 ACM SIGGRAPH SIGGRAPH 2018 concluded in Vancouver, BC, with over 16,500 attendees from around the world. Attendees hailed from Canada and 87 other countries worldwide, including the United States, China, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, … Continued
photo by Jim Hagarty © 2018 ACM SIGGRAPH “I never thought much about the future. I couldn’t imagine what people would do with this thing. I just did it because it was interesting and seemed possible.” So thought Ivan Sutherland … Continued