LVis is a joint project aiming at the 2-D and 3-D visualization of search results derived from user queries of digital library collections. This paper gives an overview of the intent of the project, the data mining techniques applied, the visualization metaphors used, and the usability studies planned and undertaken to date.
After being dormant in the public eye for more than 10 years, VR is now back to the front pages re-discovered as the portal to push the limits of our imagination towards compelling immersive experiences that can also blend with the physical world. Well-established companies and strongly backed new companies are committing serious investments into VR and its… (More)
"The Living Canvas" is a science/art/educational exhibit in which aesthetic experience is the vehicle to examine photosynthesis in the context of its central role in life on Earth. The artwork is a series of visually compelling, exhibition-quality images created by light-dependent positioning of chloroplasts in leaf cells. The " Living Canvas " will give… (More)
"Hello world (illuminated script)" is projection-based virtual reality art that illustrates the illumination of the eye over the surface of a painting. The painted surface is constructed and deconstructed as the visitor's gaze experiences the multiple aspects of a face on the screen. The facial images transform as if they are journeying forward into the eye… (More)
A unique production of French Medieval liturgical dramas from the 12th century Fleury Playbook was performed on January 13th 2007 through the joined forces of Indiana University's Early Music Institute, the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts, the IU Children's Chorus, and director Timothy Nelson. This new adaptation used innovated approaches to gesture,… (More)