Future Lab: Digital Art

December 20th, 2010 |
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Artists have often been proponents and leading users of technology. In computing, gaming has presented a challenge to hardware and software developers as artists create images that push the boundaries of compute performance. In this edition of Future Lab on digital art, an introductory investigation of the collaboration of art and science.

Joel Slayton, Executive Director of Zero One; Director of the CADRE Laboratory for New Media, San Jose State University.
Tim Roseborough, artist.
Jim Hurley, Researcher, Intel Labs

Tim Roseborough’s Singing Garden
Tomato Quintet
Sheldon Brown’s Scalable City

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