Exploring the Image World of Computer Graphics (1994)
W.A.C. Bennett Library, Simon Fraser University
May 30 — July 26, 1994
These computer-generated, digital images are the work of faculty and
graduate students from the Graphics and Multimedia Research Lab, School
of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University. The computer-generated
images are grouped within two general themes:
John Dill, Daryl Hepting, Philip Peterson, Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz,
Dietmar Saupe, and Allan Snider explore computer visualization
as a way to see the unseen
Leslie Bishko, Michaela Zambranska, and Armin Bruderlin use computer graphics
as an artistic tool to produce animation
The animations, The First Political Speech,
produced by Zambranska and the Graphics and Multimedia Research Lab, and
Bishko’s Gasping for Air,
have won international acclaim.
Peterson’s computer-generated images have been featured in a television
documentary on the Knowledge Network.
Not shown is Cartwheels by Armin Bruderlin.
The exhibition was organized by Daryl Hepting, Ph.D. candidate in the
School of Computing Science. Prior to studies at Simon Fraser University,
Hepting was an assistant to
Dr. Benoit Mandelbrot at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
in Yorktown Heights, New York. Dr. Tom Calvert is Director of the Graphics and
Multimedia Research Lab.