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Indiana University

1001 East 17Th Street

Bloomington, Indiana,47408

United States

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Indiana University, founded in 1820, is a nine-campus university system in the state of Indiana. The IU system includes the following campuses: Indiana University in Bloomington (flagship campus), Indiana University East in Richmond,Indiana University Kokomo i... more

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Fine Arts Associate Professor

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Faculty

Indiana University


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Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities at Indiana University

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New Media Caucus

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Hardwired ,

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Education

MFA

University of Illinois at Chicago


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Figure 1. Onlookers observe and listen to "Hardwired," created by IU Fine Arts Professor Margaret Dolinsky.
Thanks to concealed electronics, the masks appear to converse with visitors. Indiana University Fine Arts Associate Professor Margaret Dolinsky's sculptures conversed with visitors in a recent Fine Arts Faculty show. In a collaboration with the Advanced Visualization Lab, a musical voice was created that enabled masks to listen to onlookers and engage in a musical conversation modeled after the sound and character of captured speech. The embedded voice electronics were designed to read audio changes and tones and answer in a corresponding melodic fashion, using electronic MIDI musical instruments sounds. Visitors to the Indiana University Fine Arts Faculty Show interacted and conversed with Dolinsky's sculptures. Created of wire and wood included themes relating to the harmony of conversation in the midst of a crowd. Professor Margaret Dolinsky of the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts at IU Bloomington displayed her latest work at the IU Fine Arts Faculty Show, a showcase for IU Fine Arts faculty.


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Margaret Dolinsky
Artist, Research Scientist and Assistant Professor at the School of Fine Arts at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.


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Fine Arts students from Associate Professor Margaret Dolinsky's computer graphics classes showcased their immersive virtual reality environments in the Visualization & Collaboration Theater (VCT) with support from AVL.
The show included diverse and imaginative interactive works from graduate and undergraduate first-time and repeat students enrolled in the class and visitors were able to experience them in full stereo 3D VR.  Students were provided technical support for tools and hardware and software and techniques to help turn their artistic ideas into immersive virtual worlds which could be experienced and explored in detail by others. The students not only learned how to use the provided software but also invaluable techniques for solving problems as well as creating an immersive experience using 3D models, sound and interactivity. Students from Dolinsky's computer graphics classes FINA D318, D418 and D510 used Unity, a tool for creating 3D environments, architectural visualizations and interactive media installations in conjunction with MiddleVR which enables them to display their projects using stereoscopic virtual reality on IU's large-format displays. The students exhibited their work in the VCT located at the Innovation Center room IC105 on Tuesday December 16 12:00 to 3:00 PM. The exhibition has been a tradition for Dolinsky's computer graphics students for well over a decade.


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