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Anthony Smith, a senior in Computer Science with a concentration in Game Development, captured first prize for his Fractal Forest visualization, which shows a planet that grows various types of trees in conjunction with people entering the library. It also features a sun and moon simulation and time and weather data. As people add to and interact with the visualization, it progresses and changes.
The team from WKNC 88.1 FM, NC State's student-run radio station, earned second place with its music visualizer of the WKNC Internet radio stream. This team consisted of Cameren Dolecheck, Harrison Wideman, Neal Grantham, Dylan Stein, and Colin Keesee.
“The video walls were installed to create a dialog with library patrons about the world around them,” said Mike Nutt, Director of Visualization Services and creator of the Code+Art program. “Code+Art re-envisions the role that data plays in a university setting, turning data into part of our library’s aesthetic fabric.”
“What these students accomplished is remarkable and it was a pleasure to sponsor the Code+Art contest,” said Kathryn Cress, vice president, global & corporate marketing, Christie. “The Christie®MicroTiles® and collaboration space were used to great effect and showed what is possible when visual display technology joins forces with the imagination.”
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