A Journey That Will Melt Even The Coldest of Hearts

“Glimpse” is a sometimes safe, sometimes funny VR journey that will bring you on an emotional trip right to the heart of a relationship.

Piecing Together the Puzzle Behind the Tulsa Race Massacre

Graphics editors from The New York Times discuss the use of geo-spatial data analysis, 3D, and machine learning to recreate the neighborhood destroyed during the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

What to Expect in Vancouver as a Student Volunteer for SIGGRAPH 2022

What can SIGGRAPH 2022 Student Volunteers expect to experience at the conference? Hear from the Student Volunteer Program Subcommittee and past SVs to best prepare to participate.

HyperJumping in Virtual Vancouver: An Immersive Experience to Mitigate Cybersickness

This August, experience Vancouver in person and in virtual reality with the SIGGRAPH 2022 Immersive Pavilion selection “HyperJumping in Virtual Vancouver.”

‘Work for what you believe in’: Brie Henderson on Modernizing Costume Design in Animation

In honor of Women’s History Month and women advancing in the field of animation, Brie Henderson shares her incredible story with SIGGRAPH.

Celebrating the Women of the SIGGRAPH Student Volunteers Program: A Retrospective

Women’s History Month is a time to reflect and celebrate the achievements of millions of women around the world. That’s why we caught up with four inspiring women who each served as chair of the SIGGRAPH Student Volunteers program for the 1993, 1997, 2002, and 2006 conferences, respectively: Lyn Bartran, Mk Haley, Shannon Tucker, and Jaime Radwan.