Students Compete in IVC Competition

 

Nine students from the Department of Visualization competed in the sixth annual Immersive Visualization Competition hosted by the Immersive Visualization Center (IVC). David Monroe won second place for “A Glimpse Into the Next Dimension of Fractals.” David explored the use of a program called Boxplorer to present a flythrough of three-dimensional fractals. Amy Richards, Rhiannon Martinez, and Oscar Camorlinga won 3rd place for a first-person game called “Circuitree.” Set in a surrealistic forest of the computer world, a player must undo the damage inflicted by a mythical computer-worm. Other work presented at the IVC included Ganesh Rao’s “Empyrean,” Sowjanya Kollu’s “Flesh,” and “Tea Time” by Cameron Coker, Sage Hansen, and Christopher Schuchart.

posted November 10, 2011