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Vol.31 No.4 November 1997
ACM SIGGRAPH

ACM SIGGRAPH

FOCUS:The State of Fine Art



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Welcome

This is the first edition of the online companion to Computer Graphics (CG), the newsletter of ACM SIGGAPH. We start with modest goals, presenting the table of contents and cover art (provided this month by Sheldon Brown) from the latest issue of CG, together with a selection of sample articles for you to peruse online. In addition, links below point to more information on the newsletter, membership and how to contact those involved.

We aim to expand the content over the coming months to include more of the articles from the paper version as well as providing unique material only found online, but, in the meantime, your feedback and comments would be very much appreciated.

Best regards!

Gordon Cameron, Editor, SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics
gordon_cameron@siggraph.org

DETAILS

Online SIGGRAPH/Computer Graphics information

Past Issues of CG On-Line

Join the ACM and SIGGRAPH

Join SIGGRAPH

Calendar - Upcoming Events

Contacts

SIGGRAPH 98 - 25 years and very tangerine

The SIGGRAPH home page

Professional Chapters

COLUMNS

Quarterly columns with some online content.
From the Editor - Gordon Cameron

Letters to the Editor

About the Cover - Karen Sullivan

Entertaining the Future - Mike Milne

VisFiles - T.Todd Elvins

Images and Reversals - Thomas G.West

Real-Time Interactive Graphics - Scott Fisher and Glen Fraser

CG Around the World - Alain Chesnais and Jose Encarnação

Professional Chapters - Scott Lang and Colleen Cleary

CG Pioneers - Carl Machover

Public Policy - Bob Ellis and Judith R.Brown

Standards Pipeline - George S.Carson

Conference Reports

Comics from the Other Side - Teresa Lang

CONTRIBUTIONS

FOCUS: The State of Fine Art
Online introduction by the guest editor.
From the Guest Editor - Claudia Cumbie-Jones

Creating Art Through Virtual Environments - Margaret Dolinsky

Real Art Through Virtual Reality - Sheldon Brown

So Where is the Soul in the Machine? - Dena Elisabeth Eber

Digital Imaging - Joan Truckenbrod

Research and Technology within the Fine Arts - Patricia Galvis Assmus

De-emphasizing Technology - Karen Sullivan