Mason Woo


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  • SIGGGRAPH 1999

    After 10 years of training and marketing graphics libraries at Silicon Graphics, Mason Woo became an independent consultant in 1996. He is co-author of the OpenGL Programming Guide (Addison-Wesley, 3rd edition, 1999) and was formerly secretary of the OpenGL Architecture Review Board. Mason has previously taught courses at SIGGRAPH, the X Technical Conference, and Xhibition, and has been a speaker or panelist atJavaOne, Java University, OpenGL,_Japan, the Japan Personal Computer Software Association, NCGA, VESA, Microsoft Win32 Professional Developer’s Conference, Defense & Government Computer Graphics Conference, and SIGCHI & GI.  

    SIGGRAPH 1998

    After 10 years of training and marketing graphics libraries at Silicon Graphics, Mason Woo became an independent consultant in 1996. He is co author of the OpenGL Programming Guide (Addison Wesley 2nd edition 1997) and former secretary of the OpenGL Architecture Review Board Mason has previously taught courses at SIGGRAPH the X Technical Conference and exhibition and has been a speaker or panelist at JavaOne, the Japan Personal Computer Software Association, NCGA, VESA, Microsoft Win32 Professional Developer’s Conference, Defense & Government Computer Graphics Conference, and SIGCHI & Gl. 

    SIGGRAPH 1993

    Mason Woo oversees graphics technology licensing (including OpenGL) at Silicon Graphics. He is co-author of the OpenGL Programming Guide published by Addison Wesley. Prior to taking over his current duties Mason was an instructor and course developer in Silicon Graphics customer support group. He has taught students about graphics programming since 1985 beginning with IRIS GL and more recently with Motif and OpenGL. He co originated the IRIS Programming Tutorial project and has been team leader for 5 SGI Tutorium booths at SIGGRAPH. He has two degrees from Brown University AB 81 and ScM 86.


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