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Course
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Cinematic Scientific Visualization: The Art of Communicating Science
Level Beginner
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Session TimeTuesday, 30 July 20192pm - 5:15pm
LocationRoom 153
DescriptionEffective science communication is more important than ever in this age of misinformation. Cinematic scientific visualization is uniquely positioned as a means of engaging and educating broad audiences, by combining vetted science with production-quality graphics and storytelling. This course will explain the how and the why of creating such visualizations.
Prerequisites None.
Intended Audience Artists and data scientists interested in learning how to create scientific visualizations of numerical data and non-cinematic visualization professionals interested in learning cinematic visualization techniques.
Moderators
Kalina Borkiewicz
Visualization Programmer
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
AJ Christensen
Visualization Programmer
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lecturers
Ryan Wyatt
Writer and Director
California Academy of Sciences
Morrison Planetarium
Greg Shirah
Data Visualizer
NASA
Scientific Visualization Studio
Helen-Nicole Kostis
Science Visualizer, USRA/GESTAR & NASA/GSFC Scientific Visualization Studio
Photography and Recording Policies
P/V Yes
Interest Areas
Arts & Design
Research & Education
Primary Interest Areas
Arts & Design
Registration Levels
F
FP

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