CRCA researcher's presentations at the FILE2008 in Sao Paulo, Brazil generated a lot of media coverage. For a glimpse into the interest the 4K generated check out:
http://allexincasa.blig.ig.com.br/ (scroll down to Inteligência artificial )
posted on: August 27, 2008
AllAboutJazz.com has just published Mark Dresser: Telematics, by Mark Dresser, CRCA researcher and Music professor. The full article and photos are available at: http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?id=30198
posted on: August 22, 2008
The Scalable City Installation and 4K film festival organized by CRCA and Calit2 are receiving considerable attention in Sao Paulo at the FILE festival of new media art. This is the first time
Scalable City has been shown side by side with its 4K film version. This simultaneous viewing creates a more complete experience of its multiple media intricacies. CRCA and Calit2 have collaborated with FILE to create this first ever 4K film screening in Brazil. In addition to the Scalable City, more 4K fare such as Mike Toillion's BeatBox360, Dan Sandin's "A Study of 4D Julia Sets", excerpts from the Era La Notte opera, and others are utilizing this venue daily.
For more information visit: http://msn.onne.com.br/conteudo/5002/milh-es-de-pixels, http://agendacult.wordpress.com/2008/07/31/file-symposium, http://www.sesisp.org.br/home/2006/centrocultural/Prog_expo.asp.
posted on: August 07, 2008
CRCA Director, Sheldon Brown, is giving the keynote talk at the 2008 Olympic Digital Arts Forum in Shanghai.
The 'Digital Arts Exhibition of 2008 Olympic Fine Arts' is one of the series of activities which is approved by Ministry of Culture, sponsored by the International Olympic Committee and supported by the Beijing Olympic Organizing Committee. Sheldon Brown will be delivering a lecture on the nature of Representation, Simulation and Development and the implications for urban planning and art.
posted on: July 31, 2008
CRCA's Game Libratory (Library + Labratory) featured on NotCot