Our editors reflect on a banner year of stories with a roundup of 2019’s “most read” news from the ACM SIGGRAPH Blog.
In today’s digital world, it can be difficult to understand what we are consuming and how it makes us feel. “TransVision: Exploring the States of the Visual Field in the Age of Extreme Augmentation” is an art installation that presents three perceptual machines which question the habitual ways we interpret the visual world, intervened by digital media.
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
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
photo by Andreas Psaltis © 2018 ACM SIGGRAPH Happy holidays! Each season, we give gifts for a variety of reasons, but beneath those lies a common thread: We care for the recipient and want them to enjoy the gift in their … 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
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
Still reeling from last week’s SIGGRAPH 2018 conference? Perhaps you missed Vancouver altogether? There’s a video for that! In addition to the ability to re-watch any of our live-streamed sessions, check out this collection of bonus videos, published daily during … Continued