Boston Cyberarts 2005 Festival Event

Venue:    Categories: exhibition

Fri 04/22/2005 - Sun 05/08/2005
Free admission | Wheelchair accessible
(HiPArt), Art projects from around the grid


Art projects from around the grid allows visitors to explore 3D animated virtual spaces created by collaborating designers, painters, and musicians.

The virtual environments are shown on Boston University's Deep Vision Display Wall, a 15'x8', high-resolution, 12-tile, rear-projected, passive stereo display system. The experience is enhanced with 8-way directional sound.

HiPArt (High Performance Computing in the Arts) is an outreach program coordinated by the Scientific Computing and Visualization group at Boston University fostering a collaboration between software developers and artists and making high performance computing, networking, and graphics resources available to the art community. HiPArt's previous projects include The Stitched Wall Project, Gallery on the Grid, Spirited Ruins, and ArtWorld.

In conjunction with the exhibition Virtual Views at Boston University's Sherman Gallery

April 22 - May 8, Sat-Sun 1-4pm

Opening: Thurs. April 28, 5:30 – 7:30pm.

Boston University
SCV Computer Graphics Lab: (HiPArt)
111 Cummington St #203
Boston, MA 02215



For more information call 617.353.7800 or visit the website scv.bu.edu/hipart.

Also visit the HiPArt sister event at the Sherman Gallery: Virtual Views
April 23 - May 1, Tues-Sun, 1-5pm
Wearing 3D glasses and holding a 3D navigation device, visitors can explore 3D animated virtual spaces created by collaborating students, designers, painters, and musicians. Two virtual environments are shown.
  • In "Jazz Interpretations", visitors explore the 3D animated sights and sounds inspired by Jazz forms and the works of painters such as Matisse and Picasso.
  • "On the Street Where I Live" by Jennifer Schwartz: An animated surrealistic virtual world inspired by paintings of Joan Miro and constructed in part with designs and colors from the artist's oil and mixed media paintings. Jennifer Schwartz is an independent installation artist living in New York.

Location:
Venue: 
Office of Information Technology, Computer Graphics Lab, 111 Cummington Street, Room 203
Boston, MA 02215 
phone: 617.353.8269
email: ude.u1558376732b@aru1558376732al1558376732

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