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Brown Visual Computing Launches A New Website

Click the links that follow for more news items about Jeff Huang, John "Spike" Hughes, David Laidlaw, Barbara Meier, Daniel RitchieJames Tompkin, and Andries "Andy" van Dam.

The longest continuously running graphics group in the known universe, Brown Visual Computing, has just released a new website, https://visual.cs.brown.edu/. Dating back to 1966, the group is currently composed of Brown CS Professors Jeff Huang, John "Spike" Hughes, David Laidlaw, Barbara Meier, Daniel RitchieJames Tompkin, and Andries "Andy" van Dam and their student advisees and researchers. They develop technology to make and make sense of visual data, leveraging both principled physical models and data-driven methods to synthesize, edit, and explain visual data. The new site shares the group's research vision, lists their PhD alums and current courses, provides publication links and open-source code links, offers a Twitter feed to share the latest Brown Visual Computing news, and even contains a few graphics-related easter eggs.

For more information, click the link that follows to contact Brown CS Communication Outreach Specialist Jesse C. Polhemus.