The “Cacophonic Choir” team breaks down how they use machine learning to demonstrate the effect of the mass media on sexual assault survivors’ stories.
Rendering of the western hemisphere of “Terra Mars” generation 65, centered at the enormous canyon system Valles Marineris, also featuring some or Mar’s tallest mountains. (© Weili Shi. Clouds texture credit: NASA) “Terra Mars: When Earth Shines on Mars through … 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 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
“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
To celebrate the “generations” of SIGGRAPH and Leonardo/ISAST, Danielle Siembieda (Managing Director, Leonardo/ISAST) sat down with an expert panel to discuss Leonardo’s history with the SIGGRAPH conference, its upcoming 50th anniversary and where the future of art — and the conference … Continued
“At SIGGRAPH 2018, we invite you to be a part of history in the making as we celebrate our 45th conference and the innovation that has always been at the core of SIGGRAPH. It is no accident that our theme … Continued