Chris Milk

Not only is Chris Milk an artist, he is also the founder and CEO of the virtual reality technology company “Within”, and also the founder of the virtual reality production company “Here Be Dragons”. Milk started off his career in photography and music video production, but has since explored innovative areas of art and widened […]
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Evan Roth

  series, Multi-Touch Paintings (THIS ARTIST IS SO COOL) Evan Roth is a digital media artist who creates his art “through unintended uses of technologies” (evan-roth). Roth was born in 1978 and received a degree in architecture from the University of Maryland and a Masters in Fine Arts from Parsons The New School for Design. Roth […]
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Sara Ludy

Sara Ludy is a digital media artist that focuses mostly on creating landscape and architecture through technology. Ludy was born in 1980 in Orange, CA and received her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts in New Media at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, in Chicago in 2003. Ludy explores structure formations like sculptures, buildings and […]
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Takeshi Murata

Takeshi Murata creates art through animation and video to create a form of digital media art. Murata was born in 1974 and received his bachelors of fine arts in film, animation and video at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island in 1997. Murata made a name for himself  after his piece titled […]
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Augmented Reality – Merging the physical with the virtual

This semester we are experimenting with augmented reality in our principles of marketing (Mktg 301) class.  Students are taking a static image and then making it come to life using augmented reality.  The idea is to enable our students to use one of the emerging methods of advertising to create advertisements for our clients Dragonfly […]
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