Brad Grantham

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Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • Silicon Graphics Computer Systems, Inc and SGI


  • SIGGRAPH 1999

    Brad Grantham contributes to the advancement of Linux, OpenGL, and 3D Graphics at VA Research, Inc. Brad is also an Adjunct Lecturer at Santa Clara University, where he specializes in helping students write interactive graphics applications. Brad was a course presenter at SIGGRAPH ’97 and ’98, and previously contributed at Silicon Graphics to the design and implementation of high-level graphics toolkits, including the Farenheit Scene Graph, OpenGL Optimizer, and IRIS Performer. Brad’s prior experience also includes UNIX kernel code and imaging codecs. Brad received a B.S. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech in 1992.  

    SIGGRAPH 1997

    Brad Grantham currently contributes to the design and implementation of Silicon Graphics’ high-level graphics toolkits, including OpenGL++, a scene graph toolkit forOpenGL. Brad previously worked on the Windows 95 port and Java bindings for Cosmo 3D and, before that, worked in the IRIS Performer group.  Before joiningSGI, Brad wrote UNIX kernel code and imaging codecs. He received a B.S. from Virginia Tech in 1992, and his previous claim to fame is MacBSD, BSD UNIX for the Macintosh.  




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