Re: [MCN-L] 360-Projection Examples and Experience

2015-11-04 Thread Tina Shah
Hi, here are a couple of examples from the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). - CAVE2 - approximately 24 feet in diameter and 8 feet tall, and consists of 72 near-seamless passive stereo off-axis-optimized 3D LCD panels, a 36-node

Re: [MCN-L] 360-Projection Examples and Experience

2015-11-04 Thread Suzanne Quigley
Perhaps the Kentucky Derby Museum still has its 360 circular moving projection putting the viewers in the center of the track with all horses and sound blazing around them. Suzanne Quigley 917 676 9039 ArtAndArtifactServices.com > On Nov 3, 2015, at 11:24 AM, Lloyd Swartz

Re: [MCN-L] In-gallery digital exhibits - a few questions

2015-11-04 Thread Michael Daul
At Duke University Libraries we’ve recently renovated a large section of the building and have greatly expanded our spaces for exhibits. As such, we’re planning to do a lot more with in-gallery digital exhibits. I’m the main person who actually builds the kiosks at DUL. I’m also really

Re: [MCN-L] 360-Projection Examples and Experience

2015-11-04 Thread Jason Jay Stevens
The installation at the Institute of Texan Cultures is a rare and impressive example of immersive theater. The original production was about culture, not science, btw. The Eames produced something very similar in their famous World Fair Expo pavilion for IBM in 1964. The World Expo 67 in

[MCN-L] Seattle 2016 : ARLIS/NA + VRA 3rd Joint Conference, March 8-12

2015-11-04 Thread Stephanie Beene
The *ARLIS/NA + VRA 2016 Joint Conference* is just 18 weeks away. Just think, as the rest of country struggles through the dregs of winter, you can legitimately visit Seattle, City of Flowers, just as the cherry blossoms peak. Enjoy breathtaking views of Puget Sound, the Cascade mountain range,