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  Computer Visions: An Interdisciplinary Exhibit of Algorithms and Artwork  
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On display on the first floor of Newman Library from now to December 20th, Computer Visions: An Interdisciplinary Exhibit of Algorithms and Artwork explores photography and its relationship to vision through work from the School of Visual Arts graduate and undergraduate students in ART 3564: Machine Vision. The work exhibited comes from a series of technical exercises pursued in class. Students explored processes of digital pinhole cameras, databending, scanner distortions, high dynamic range (HDR) photography, panoramas, and trichromatic photography.


Location: Newman Library, first floor
Price: Free, Open to the Public
Sponsor: University Libraries
Contact: Scott Fralin
E-Mail: safralin@vt.edu
   
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