New research lets artists create more realistic and controllable CGI

New research lets artists create more realistic and controllable CGI

A new theory based on the physics of cloud formation and neutron scattering could help animators create more lifelike movies, according to a Dartmouth-led study. Software developed using the technique focuses on how light interacts with microscopic particles to develop computer-generated images.

Bo Zhu joins VCL

Bo Zhu joins VCL

Dr. Bo Zhu joins us here in the forest as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science. He hails from MIT, where he spent the past three years working with Professor Wojciech Matusik in the Computer Graphics Group and Computational Fabrication Group.

VCL welcomes new students

VCL welcomes new students

Beginning in fall 2018, the VCL welcomes three new PhD students, one Master’s student, and two undergraduate students who plan to further the field of computer graphics in several key areas. All are currently advised by Asst. Professor Wojciech Jarosz.

"Smart" Spray Paint Cans Developed by VCL Professor and Team

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"Smart" Spray Paint Cans Developed by VCL Professor and Team

Prof. Wojciech Jarosz, together with Romain Prévost (ETH Zurich/Disney Research Zurich), Alec Jacobson (ETH Zurich/Columbia University), and Olga Sorkin-Hornung (ETH Zurich) have developed a computationally-assisted spray painting system that allows novices to spray paint accurate reproductions of photographs as large murals. The research appears in April's issue of the journal Computers & Graphics.

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Liane Makatura wins Adobe Scholarship

Liane Makatura wins Adobe Scholarship

Congratulations to Liane Makatura! She is among eight undergraduate students selected internationally to win the Adobe Research Women-in-Technology Scholarship.