Check out the full video of "Censorship and Power in Iran," a panel discussion on imprisoned journalists in Iran that was held on May 8 at the School of Visual Arts in New York. The panel, featuring Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari and CPJ Executive Director Joel Simon and moderated by...
“Oscillate” is the title of my thesis animation done at the MFA Computer Art program in the School of Visual Arts located in New York City. My goal with “Oscillate” was to visualize waveform patterns that evolve from the fundamental sine wave to more complex patterns, creating a mesmerizing audio-visual experience in which sight and [...]
Daniel Sierra’s thesis animation for his MFA in Computer Art at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Daniel wanted to illustrate the fact that all sound can be broken down into sine waves. More on his website. Hat Tip Link
“OSCILLATE” by artist Daniel Sierra is a mesmerizing animation in which a simple sine wave gradually evolves into more complex patterns. The animation is Sierra’s thesis project for his graduate studies at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. The concept of universal building blocks that can be assembled to form complex structures [...]
Dustin Adams, a Ph.D student at the University of California at Santa Cruz, has teamed up with colleagues at his school in order to craft an app that helps visually impaired users line up the ideal snapshot. The project started out as a quiz, asking 54 people with varying degrees of blindness what they found most difficult about taking photos. Show More Summary
The chart below is the best visual yet that shows just how much money schools are making off their student-athletes and why there has been an upwelling of support in recent years for finding a way to get more money in the hands of the athletes. Show More Summary
Visualizing the School of Design is a very data dense infographic poster that analyzes the School of Design at the Politecnico di Milano. Politecnico di Milano, in order to present the School of Design in its own stand at Salone delShow More Summary
At home with the avant-garde, Comme des Garçons shot by Namsa Leuba for i-D online. Having recently been awarded The School of Visual Arts grant at Hèyres, Leuba has rapidly gained fans for her unique, conceptual approach to photography. She describes “BAUHDA… ‘BAUHDA’ – Comme des Garçons shot by Namsa Leuba for i-D is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
A young astronaut and his dog embark on one last adventure together through space. This beautiful short thesis film was produced at the School of Visual Arts by animator, Kyle Moy and 3D artist, Ellen Su. Now if you’ll excuse me, I think have something stuck in my eye. [ellensu]
We, Meghana and Mini, are two graduate students at the Interaction Design program at School of Visual Arts. We’ve launched the collaborative civic art project, Mark This Town, to explore the value of self expression in urban environments. Show More Summary
In 1971, fearing his plane would crash on the way to or from his trip to Canada, artist Vito Acconci left his apartment keys at the School of Visual Arts' Registrar's office, and in the event of his death, wrote that "the envelope can be picked up by the first person who calls for it; he will be free to use my apartment, and its contents, any way he wishes." [ more › ]
During this week’s PDN’s 30 panel discussion at the School of Visual Arts Theatre, perseverance, personality and community emerged as common themes in the early careers of 2013 PDN’s 30 photographers Geordie Wood, Lisa Elmaleh and Bon Duke. PDN editor Holly Stuart Hughes moderated the panel, which also included Readers Digest photo director Rebecca Simpson [...]
With a visual vibe that is directly influenced by those old school View-Masters, Greg Grease has created a video for one of the songs on his Cornbread, Pearl & G album (on River Life Media/Black Corners), released last December. “C.R.E.A.M. Dreams” is exactly what you think it is: a song about someone who is thinking [...]
A small group of high school juniors are the first people to tackle a serious but overlooked difficulty that blind and visually impaired people face every day: locating food on their plate. The students are part of the Mouse program, a nonprofit that empowers underserved youth via creative technology. Show More Summary
In American schools and media, pollution is often discussed in terms of what will happen in the future if we don't clean up our act now. But in China — where wildly overpopulated cities churn out toxic emissions, and hardworking plants produce 95 percent of the world's rare-earths elements — the effects of pollution accumulate like dust in an attic. Show More Summary
Who do you typically think about when you visualize someone going to college? Is he or she one of the more than three million high school students graduating each year?
The Design Criticism program at the School of Visual Arts in New York recently invited me to give a lecture, followed by a lively Q&A period. Here's the video. Virginia Postrel, "Meaning and Value in Commercial Culture" from D-Crit on Vimeo.
In the latest issue of Neurosurgical Focus, researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania review research showing that this ability to visualize relevant white matter tracts during glioma resection surgeries can improve accuracy.
UFO hoax created by Meni Tsirbas of MeniThings Productions in partnership with the Gnomon School of Visual Effects. While Meni was responsible for direction, animation and lighting, a crew of talented Gnomon School students were assigned concept design, modeling and texturing for this all-CGI photoreal VFX experiment. YouTube link (thanks Rick) The Presurfer
15-19 Apr Created by a former primary school teacher and a visual arts and design educator, Higher Order is a new provider of design and art based workshops presented...