“Virtual art volant” by Pape and Matisse

  • ©Dave Pape and Jackie Matisse

Conference:


Type:


Title:

    Virtual art volant

Presenter(s)/Author(s):



Abstract:


    We describe the creation of virtual “Art Volant” (“flying art”), a virtual reality extension of kite art by Jackie Matisse. Past exhibitions of Matisse’s kites have involved either static real-world kites, or pre-recorded films of the kites in motion. Through the use of VR, gallery patrons are able to fly kites themselves, enhancing their appreciation of the work.

References:


    1. Perlin, K. 1985. An image synthesizer. In Computer Graphics (Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 85), 19, 3, ACM, 287–296.
    2. Venkataraman, S., Leigh, J., and Coffin, T. 2003. Kites flying in and out of space – distributed physically based art on the grid. In Journal of Future Generation Computer Systems, Elsevier Science Press, vol. 19, 973–982.
    3. Witkin, A., Baraff, D., and Kass, M. 2001. Physically based modeling. In SIGGRAPH 2001 Course Notes, ACM SIGGRAPH.


ACM Digital Library Publication:



Overview Page: