SIGGRAPH 2013 computer graphics technical breakthroughs

The Association for Computing Machinery's annual SIGGRAPH conference is where you will find many of the most incredible, edgiest developments in computer graphics research. Above is the video trailer for this year's "Technical Papers" program. SIGGRAPH 2013 takes place July 21-25 in Anaheim, California.


6 Responses to “SIGGRAPH 2013 computer graphics technical breakthroughs”

  1. tylerkaraszewski says:

    I want to see more about almost all of these things.

  2. jerwin says:

    As always, watch in the highest possible resolution. The snow simulation could revolutionize the anthropocene– no longer will a child have to travel to exotic and far away lands to experience the white stuff.

  3. slippy0 says:

    Dammit I wish I could afford to go this year…

    I also wish I could have gotten a paper in. 

  4. ian_b says:

    It’s great to watch these every year. Many papers combine or refine ideas from the previous year. You’ll see conceptual, impractical stuff optimized for real-time. After a few years, it shows up in a video game, photoshop filter, or iphone app.

  5. Imre Kerr says:

    I’d say all of these are sufficiently advanced, if you catch my meaning.

  6. MacD says:

    Wow… now that’s a dense gathering of subject in that one tiny video. I wish each of them had a “would you like to know more?” button :)

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