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From: dietr...@olympus.SGI.COM (Frank Dietrich)
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Subject: International IRIS User Forum at SIGGRAPH'88
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International IRIS User Forum at SIGGRAPH'88

Wednesday, August 3, 1988
Atlanta, Georgia
Marriott Marquis Hotel
Imperial Ballroom


CAD & Geometric Modeling SIG, Salon A, 11:00-1:00pm
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Analysis of Real Surface Data
David Addleman, Cyberware Laboratory

Modeling with NURBS
Dr. Richard Riesenfeld, University of Utah
Russel Fish, Engineering Geometry Systems

Trimmed NURBS on the IRIS 4D-GT
Reuel Nash, SGI

A Design System for Free-Form Surfaces
Dr. Hiroaki Chiyokura, Ricoh Corp.

Distributed Graphics and Parallel Processing
Michael Muuss, Ballistic Research Laboratory



Art & Animation SIG, Salon B, 11:00-1:00
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Real Time Graphics Interfaces for Advanced Computer Animation
Daniel Borenstein and Jean Charles Hourcade, Thomson Digital Image

Rendering of realistic Images
Roy Hall, Wavefront Technologies

Procedural Animation
Gavin S. Miller, Alias Research Inc.

Simulating Dynamic Animation
Matthew Moore, UC Santa Cruz

Computer Graphics in Video Animation
Dean Winkler, Post Perfect


Visual Simulation SIG, Salon A, 2:00-4:00pm
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Chair: Dr. Sarah Stead, Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.

Using the IRIS as a Simulator Control Station
Mike Snook, McDonnell Douglas Helicopter

The 4D-GT as a Ship Simulator
Dr. Micahel Zyda, Naval Postgraduate School

Real Time Programming Features
Jim Barton, SGI

Silicon Graphics Q&A
Dick Deonigi and Jim Barton, SGI


Scientific Visualization SIG, Salon B, 2:00-4:00pm
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Software Environments and Cooperation in Scientific Research
Donna Cox and Ray Idaszak, Univ. of Illinois and NCSA, Urbana

Interactive Data Visualization
Creon Levitt and David Tristram, NASA Ames Research Center

Visualization Tools for Electron Optics Design
Joanna Alexander and Norman Winarsky, David Sarnoff Research Center

Real Time Volume Rendering of Biological Structures
Dr. Vincent Argiro, Maharishi International University

Simulation of Networks of Neurons
Dr. Michael Mascagni, National Institutes of Health


IRIS User Forum: General Session, Salon B, 5:00-7:30pm
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Chair: Maxine Brown, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago

Keynote Speech
Dr. Larry Smarr, Director
National Center for Supercomputing Applications

Simulation of Plants and Growth
Dr. Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, Univ. of Regina

Mars Sample Return Mission
Guenter Sabionski, NASA Johnson Space Center

Info-IRIS Network Group
Charles M. Kennedy, Ballistic Research Laboratory

IRIS Software Exchange
Frank Dietrich, SGI

Multi Processing Technology and the Future of Graphics Workstations
Dr. Jim Clark, Chairman of the Board, SGI
Dr. Forest Baskett, VP of Research and Development, SGI

Executive Roundtable Discussion


IRIS User Reception, Salon A, 7:30-9:00pm
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You are welcome to participate, registration is free.
See you at SIGGRAPH.

Frank Dietrich
User Services Manager
Silicon Graphics, Inc.
2011 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mt. View, CA 94039-7311
(415) 962-3348
<dietr...@sgi.com>

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