SIGGRAPH Spotlight: Episode 38 – Game On

Top row, left to right: Arthur Brussee, Daniel Cornel, Carlos Gonzalez-OchoaBottom row, left to right: Neal Kaviratna, Artem Kovalovs Thinking Beyond the Latest in Game Technology In this episode of SIGGRAPH Spotlight, SIGGRAPH 2020 and SIGGRAPH 2021 Games Chair Carlos … Continued

Perfecting Process for ‘Spies in Disguise’

The presenters behind the SIGGRAPH 2020 Talk “Fifty Shades of Yay: A Multi-Shot Workflow from Design to Final” discuss their unconventional process for developing the animation of “Spies in Disguise.”

‘Homeostasis’ and Human Interference

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.

The Impact of Sound on Surroundings

Victoria Vesna explores the process and challenges for her SIGGRAPH 2019 installation, “Noise Aquarium,” and how artists and researchers can pivot their work to adjust to COVID-19.

5 Tips for Creating a Winning Character Design

This year, the “Spirit of SIGGRAPH” is in your hands. SIGGRAPH 2016 has invited artists and innovators to create a character design that embodies the synergy of the conference and reflects the energetic and inventive spirit present in the fields of … Continued

SIGGRAPH 2014 TECHNICAL PAPERS PREVIEW

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The SIGGRAPH 2014 Technical Papers program is the premier international forum for disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques. In anticipation of the upcoming conference, SIGGRAPH’s 41st annual, the program preview trailer is available on the official … Continued

SIGGRAPH 2014 Releases Technical Papers Data & Statistics

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Computational Design of Linkage-Based Characters This year, the Technical Papers program received a total of 505 completed submissions! After committee review, 127 of them have been accepted, accounting for a 25% acceptance rate. In addition, 46 papers, published in ACM … Continued