Archive for November, 2012

Today – Texas Social Media Conference

http://www.txsocialmedia.org/

Today the business building at Tarleton will be filled with dynamic presentations about the use of social media in academia and every day life, and how it can be used in innovative ways. Please come and support the ways Tarleton is engaging studies in new media.

Fantastic graphics innovations from SIGGRAPH Asia 2012


SIGGRAPH Asia 2012 starts today in Singapore. The above video teases some of the astounding graphics accomplishments that will be presented at the conference.

The work of Dan Mountford

Dan Mountford is a twenty one year old Multidisciplinary freelance designer & graphic design student living/studying in Brighton, England. Dan works predominantly in photography, illustration, editorial and motion design.

More at: Juxtapoz and Dan’s Flickr stream

Panorama Inside a washing machine


Inside a washing machine in Barcelona
 

This is another combined panorama, as it would be impossible to capture without generating camera reflections on drum’s metallic walls. It is composed of a real picture from inside the wasing mashine pointing outside, and a CGI part I realised with the real light and reflections. The cloth was generated in 3D as well. Thanks to my little daughter fot the acting!

Reception for Fall Student Exhibit Today!

Please join us in the Gallery of the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center for a reception honoring our art students.

Today. Thursday, November 15 from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

The Fall Student Art Exhibit will run until December 7.

For more information, please call 254-968-9639.

Study Abroad Fair – International Week

At the student center from 3:30 – 5 there will be a study abroad info fair.  Come to get information about the Digital Media trip to South Africa next Summer 2013 for digital safari photography.

 

Rising Eyes of Texas seeking submissions

Rising Eyes of Texas 2013 is now seeking undergraduate and graduate students to submit their best work!
ENTRY DEADLINE: DECEMBER 15, 2012

Prize Juror: Dennis Nance, Exhibitions and Programming Director, Lawndale Art Center, Houston
Cash prizes are awarded; last year we exhibited over 30 artists from 19 Texas Colleges and Universities.