San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
IMPORTANT: This event has been split into TWO TOURS, 4-5PM and 5-6PM to accommodate more attendees comfortably. The 4-5PM tour is FULL. Reservations are being accepted for the 5-6PM tour.
Join Austin artist Francesca Samsel, El Paso environmental science engineer Aline Jaimes and the UTSA VizLab team for a rare first-look presentation of the VizLab as it can apply to the arts. The UTSA Advanced Visualization Laboratory, the core facility of the Center for Simulation Visualization and Real-Time Prediction, allows researchers from all disciplines of art, science and engineering to conduct simulation and visualization research to better understand complex phenomena and translate data into images on large-scale and high resolution visualization walls or other dispay devices. Use Bosque garage near the VizLab, validation stickers will be issued to registered participants when you sign in at the VizLab. FREE and open to the public. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. SPACE IS VERY LIMITED, REGISTER HERE NOW! If you cannot attend, please cancel your registration to make room for someone else, thanks! Please share with colleagues and students!
For directions to the Viz Lab, please go to http://vizlab.utsa.edu/contact/ for a campus map and directions.
For more information about the 3rd LHI Art-Sci Symposium: Why Art-Sci? Analyzing a Paradigm, to be held at Land Heritage Institute (1349 Neal Road, SATX 78249) on Saturday, March 23 from 9:30am-5pm, please see http://www.penelopeboyer.com/LHI_website_revised/2013_LHI_Art-Sci_Symposium.html or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/437814219624877/?fref=ts.
LHI Art-Sci Projects are a program of Land Heritage Institute (LHI), a living land museum under development on 1200 acres of open space along the Medina River in Bexar County, TX. www.landheritageinstitute.org