October 1995 Joint Meeting
Computer Graphics Film Show
SIGGRAPH Video Review
For the sixteenth year in a row, we are kicking off our season of meetings with the very popular computer graphics film show. This year, once again, Ron Lusen will be showing some of the latest and greatest of the computer-generated animated films that were shown at recent ACM/SIGGRAPH computer graphics conferences.
Ron will show a variety of technologies: scientific visualization graphics, commercial graphics used in television and movies, and some examples of current computer graphics research. The films include everything from state-of-the-art supercomputer technology to graphics that can be done with today's personal computers. As usual, Ron promises an enjoyable and entertaining show. Come see why this is the best-attended meeting we have all year.
Ron Lusen holds degrees in physics and computer science and works as a consultant in the Princeton area. In addition to many years in programming, software engineering, and management, Ron has taught computer graphics and has made numerous presentation on the subject. He also has served as an officer of National SIGGRAPH and founded and chaired the local Princeton SIGGRAPH group.
A pre-meeting dinner with the speaker will be held at 6 pm at the Rusty Scupper, 378 Alexander Road, Princeton. If you would like to attend, please call (609) 924-8704 and record your reservation on the answering machine.
All ACM / IEEE-CS meetings are open to the public. Students and their parents are welcome. There is no admission charge, and refreshments are served after the meeting.