Computationally Intensive Imaging Art Exhibition
Wednesday, 26 March 2014 from 12:00 to 14:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
(Please note the exhibiton will be on show from 4pm on Monday 24 until 4pm on Thursday 27 March - however this lunchtime session will be the only occasion when the members of CII USRG will be on hand to discuss their work.)
The ability to exploit data processing/mining, visualisation, inverse modelling, large scale computation and best practice in data handling produces fundamental challenges in the information available, making computation a core element of virtually all major imaging developments. Southampton is well placed in supporting this reality of contemporary imaging. Commonality is identifiable across the Southampton activities in terms of both their computationally intensive nature and their interdisciplinarity.
This exhibition will showcase some of the amazing 2D and 3D images used in research by members of the Computationally Intensive Imaging USRG who will also be on hand to explain the techniques used in creating these images.
Wine and nibbles will be available.