“Computer Graphics in Scientific Animation” Moderated by Pauline Ores

  • ©James (Jim) F. Blinn, Don Stredney, and Craig Upson



Entry Number: 01


    Computer Graphics in Scientific Animation



Additional Information:

    The production of computer generated scientific animation is an important and expanding activity within research organizations as well as companies which specialize in the production of computer graphics. Developments in medical imaging, computer graphic modeling and turnkey animation systems have increased the scope of this type of animation, enabling it to effect changes in the fields of education, science, medicine, pharmacology and entertainment.
    The panelists address such topics as design issues in communicating scientific information, modeling organic forms, the use of research data for modeling and animation, insights for research that can be gained in the process of visualization and future developments in scientific animation.

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