September 19th, 2012 - September 24th, 2012
EVL alumna Julieta Aguilera and UIC New Media Arts associate professor Daria Tsoupikova present Media Arts in Support of Science Education at the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2012 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 19-24, 2012. ISEA, explores the discourse of global proportions on the subject of art, technology and nature.
Four UIC Electronic Visualization MFA alumnae and a New Media Arts faculty present research projects produced by the Adler Planetarium, Chicago, IL; NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, MD; The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL; and UIC. Presentations exemplify how artists cross disciplinary borders to collaborate on the development of innovative educational learning applications. Special emphasis is placed on the role of media arts in the development of interactive learning environments for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
The Cryptoclub: Cryptography and Mathematics Afterschool and Online is an NSF funded interdisciplinary research project designed to introduce cryptography and mathematics to middle school students through the encryption and decryption of codes.
Artist: Daria Tsoupikova, University of Illinois at Chicago, Virtual Reality Art, datsoupi @ evl.uic.edu
The interactive Gravity Simulator tracks position and speed of museum visitors’ hands to generate particles in star clusters, colliding galaxies, and embodying the process of understanding gravity at work.
Presented by: Julieta Aguilera, Adler Planetarium, Interactive Visualization, email@example.com
NASA Visualization Explorer is an intuitive and interactive iPad application that delivers bi-weekly science stories about NASA’s Earth research. The app delivers visualized satellite data content with the purpose of educating the public about NASA’s science research in an informal and visual environment.
Artist: Helen-Nicole Kostis, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Scientific Visualization, firstname.lastname@example.org
Create Your Own Mosaic examines visitors interacting with content via a multi-touch table in the museum space and describes methods used to access educational content within this experience.
Artist: Tina Shah, The Field Museum of Natural History, Web & New Media Development, email@example.com
A Mile In My Paws is an interactive installation illustrating polar bear environment changes caused by melting sea ice rates. The simulation of the environments is based on historical data and includes a projection of hundred years.
Artist: Brenda Lopez Silva, University of Illinois at Chicago, Learning Technologies, brenda @ evl.uic.edu