Electronic Imaging 2005: The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality

January 16th, 2005 - January 20th, 2005

Categories: Applications, Networking, Tele-Immersion, VR Art

Beat Box Cave Art
Beat Box Cave Art


EVL presents in Electronic Imaging 2005 the following sessions:
Collaborative Virtual Environment Art Exhibition
January 19, 2005 - 7:30 - 9:30pm PST

Virtual Reality Works: Demonstration and Panel Discussion
January 20, 2005 - 4:40 - 5:30pm PST

V_Hive is CAVE-based, networked, virtual reality. Participants in San Jose (CA), Bloomington (IN), Chicago (IL), Buffalo (NY) link up to explore the different “cells” or virtual worlds. These worlds include PAAPAB, a virtual dance floor; Beat Box, an arena of virtual sound machines; Looking for Water, a shared watery experience; Rutopia, an ideal garden based visually on Russian folk art; Animagina, a technotopian / technopocalyptic conceptual environment; and Kites Flying In and Out of Space. Confluxus, an architectural portal, gives access to all the cells.

PAAPAB: Josephine Anstey, Dave Pape, Dan Neveu, University at Buffalo
Thanks to Joseph Alexander, Sara Nohejl, Beth Cerny, Yalu Lin

Beat Box: Margaret Dolinsky, Edward J. Dambik, Indiana University

Looking For Water: Daniel Sandin, Laurie Spiegel, Universtiy of Illinois at Chicago
Thanks to Dick Ainsworth, Tom DeFanti

Rutopia: Daria Tsoupikova, Universtiy of Illinois at Chicago
Thanks to Alex Hill

Animagina: Tina Shah, Seung Kang, Julieta Aguilera, Helen-Nicole Kostis, Universtiy of Illinois at Chicago
Thanks to Alex Hill

Kites Flying In and Out of Space: Jackie Matisse, Ray Kass, Tom Coffin, Tom Johnson, & Dave Pape, University of Illinois at Chicago

Confluxus: Todd Margolis