Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin presented the annual McPherson ERI Lecture speaking on "Harnessing Sight and Sound to Explore Complex Information" at the McPherson Eye Research Institute.
The AlloSphere as part of its outreach initiatives, is partnering with MOXI (The Wolf Museum of Exploration and Innovation). This partnership will involve the design and setup of an Immersive Media Theater showcasing JoAnn Kuchera-Morin's, Lance Puntnam's and Luca Peliti's interactive exploration of the electron wave functions in a hydrogen-like atom. More info
Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin presents the Keynote address at the IMERSA (Immersive Media Research, Science and Arts) Summit 2016.
Featuring a multichannel remix of John Chowning's "Turenas", and works by the UCSB CREATE Ensemble, Akshay Cadambi, David Gordon, Federico Llach and Fernando Rincon Estrada.
On May 29th the Media Arts & Technology program will host its annual End of Year Show. The show will prominently feature works from members of the AlloSphere Research Group and tours of the AlloSphere will also be given on a first-come, first-serve basis.
This new partnership between the academy, MAT and UCSB’s AlloSphere Research Facility is providing the high schoolers with hands-on mentorship and re-envisioning education in science and engineering. More info
Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin presents the Keynote address at the Big Data Symposium hosted by the UTSA College of Business.
On June 6th the Media Arts & Technology program will host its annual End of Year Show. The show will prominently feature works from members of the AlloSphere Research Group and tours of the AlloSphere will also be given on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Dr. Kuchera-Morin was part of a keynote panel discussion on the theme of Innovation & Formats, as part of the 2014 International Symposium on Immersive Creativity, held in Montreal, Canada.
ARG Researcher and Deutsch Fellow Pablo Colapinto presented his research on Versor, a C++ library for geometric algebra, in a talk titled Generic Programming of Generic Spaces: Compile-Time Geometric Algebra with C++11.
ARG Research Director and MAT Lecturer Dr. Matt Wright spoke at the 2014 CalArts Digital Arts Expo and Symposium for Computer Science in Arts Education. His talked focused on using C++ and the AlloSystem library to teach programming to beginning digital arts practitioners.
Under a proposal by Dr.JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, UCSB was accepted as a CUDA research center. Becoming a NVIDIA CUDA Research Center provides a variety of benefits to the campus, and ensures early access for AlloSphere researchers to cutting-edge NVIDIA hardware and software for parallel computing.
Dr. Kuchera-Morin was a featured speaker on the potential for large scale, immersive visualizations and sonifications to drive data discovery.
The first, spearheaded by former ARG researcher Dr. Graham Wakefield, is titled Spatial Interaction in a Multi-User Immersive Instrument and appeared in the November / December issue of Computer Graphics & Applications. The second, with first author Dr. JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, is titled Immersive, Full-Surround, Multi-User System Design, and appears in the May issue of Computers & Graphics.
Kuchera-Morin, J., Wright, M., Wakefield, G., Roberts, C., Höllerer, T., Adderton, D. Immersive, Full-Surround, Multi-User System Design. Computers & Graphics. Volume 40, May 2014.
Wakefield, G., Höllerer, T., Kuchera-Morin, J., Roberts, C., Wright, M. Spatial Interaction in a Multi-User Immersive Instrument. Computer Graphics & Applications. Nov.-Dec. 2103, pages 14-20.