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Daniel J. Sandin and Jon Cates on early computer-generated video art in Chicago
Daniel J. Sandin and Jon Cates on early computer-generated video art in Chicago
Published: 2014/09/10
Channel: South Side Projections
5 Minute Romp thru the IP
5 Minute Romp thru the IP
Published: 2007/12/13
Channel: evltube
PoopPerfSpiralExcpmediunbps .mp4
PoopPerfSpiralExcpmediunbps .mp4
Published: 2016/02/17
Channel: Dan Sandin
Daniel Sandin Ledang - Denmark, Copenhagen 2014/2015 (PREVIEW)
Daniel Sandin Ledang - Denmark, Copenhagen 2014/2015 (PREVIEW)
Published: 2015/02/23
Channel: Daniel Sandin Ledang
Starten på noe mer
Starten på noe mer
Published: 2018/06/07
Channel: Daniel Sandin Ledang
Watercolor Comparison: Indanthrone Blue (PB60)
Watercolor Comparison: Indanthrone Blue (PB60)
Published: 2017/10/11
Channel: Scratchmade Journal
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 2)
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 2)
Published: 2012/07/25
Channel: evltube
Real Time Design, Inc. Zgrass Demo
Real Time Design, Inc. Zgrass Demo
Published: 2007/12/26
Channel: evltube
Synthesis: Processing and Collaboration
Synthesis: Processing and Collaboration
Published: 2013/11/19
Channel: Kenny Lozowski
Dan Deacon & Liam Lynch - Drinking Out of Cups
Dan Deacon & Liam Lynch - Drinking Out of Cups
Published: 2006/10/12
Channel: wkcreech
Dan Sandin | Spiral5PTL | Processing Chicago 02/04/13
Dan Sandin | Spiral5PTL | Processing Chicago 02/04/13
Published: 2013/02/09
Channel: evltube
Colorful Colorado
Colorful Colorado
Published: 2007/12/17
Channel: evltube
CAVE® - A Virtual Reality Theater - 1993
CAVE® - A Virtual Reality Theater - 1993
Published: 2007/12/18
Channel: evltube
Nickie - Hanging loose in Haugenstua
Nickie - Hanging loose in Haugenstua
Published: 2013/03/19
Channel: Plusmonkey
first tests with the gdeip - external signal
first tests with the gdeip - external signal
Published: 2010/01/01
Channel: antizarzutzki
Sandin Image Processor in realtime
Sandin Image Processor in realtime
Published: 2009/10/28
Channel: interweb
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 1)
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 1)
Published: 2012/07/12
Channel: evltube
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 3)
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 3)
Published: 2012/07/12
Channel: evltube
A Study of 4D Julia Sets: Iterations of Z = Z2 +K in the Quaternions, 2005 by Dan Sandin
A Study of 4D Julia Sets: Iterations of Z = Z2 +K in the Quaternions, 2005 by Dan Sandin
Published: 2013/03/11
Channel: Dan Sandin
spiral5PTL
spiral5PTL
Published: 2011/02/06
Channel: Dan Sandin
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 4)
Dan Sandin: Artists and The Scientific Research Environment (Part 4)
Published: 2012/07/12
Channel: evltube
RED HANDED DENIAL – Collector (Official Music Video)
RED HANDED DENIAL – Collector (Official Music Video)
Published: 2015/10/22
Channel: RED HANDED DENIAL
3 kjappe - Wos not wos - Daniel Sandin Ledang
3 kjappe - Wos not wos - Daniel Sandin Ledang
Published: 2013/06/17
Channel: Daniel Sandin Ledang
Gallery@Calit2 SYNTHESIS: PROCESSING AND COLLABORATION Documentary
Gallery@Calit2 SYNTHESIS: PROCESSING AND COLLABORATION Documentary
Published: 2011/03/02
Channel: Calit2ube
CAVE® - A Virtual Reality Theater - 1992
CAVE® - A Virtual Reality Theater - 1992
Published: 2007/12/18
Channel: evltube
Gallery @ Calit2 SYNTHESIS: PROCESSING AND COLLABORATION Panel Discussion
Gallery @ Calit2 SYNTHESIS: PROCESSING AND COLLABORATION Panel Discussion
Published: 2011/01/18
Channel: Calit2ube
Dividing Engine  Dan Sandin Analogue Image Processor   YouTube
Dividing Engine Dan Sandin Analogue Image Processor YouTube
Published: 2017/09/18
Channel: Libertar. io
Daniel Sandin ledang - Park Profile (JORDAL)
Daniel Sandin ledang - Park Profile (JORDAL)
Published: 2014/05/21
Channel: Aleksander Bjørvig
Design@Large: Tom Defanti: Big VR for Big Data- the Next WAVE
Design@Large: Tom Defanti: Big VR for Big Data- the Next WAVE
Published: 2017/12/13
Channel: Design Lab
Wandawega Waters
Wandawega Waters
Published: 2007/12/29
Channel: evltube
STRONG - Young Love -  (OFFICIAL)
STRONG - Young Love - (OFFICIAL)
Published: 2014/02/13
Channel: Strong The Band
IntroAndEVE1AuraExcerpt
IntroAndEVE1AuraExcerpt
Published: 2012/03/11
Channel: Dan Sandin
Captivity (7/12) Movie CLIP - Sand in the Hourglass (2007) HD
Captivity (7/12) Movie CLIP - Sand in the Hourglass (2007) HD
Published: 2012/05/26
Channel: Movieclips
Air on the Dirac Strings
Air on the Dirac Strings
Published: 2007/12/13
Channel: evltube
Kansas - Dust in the Wind (Official Video)
Kansas - Dust in the Wind (Official Video)
Published: 2009/11/07
Channel: kansasVEVO
A Volume of Two Dimensional Julia Sets
A Volume of Two Dimensional Julia Sets
Published: 2007/12/13
Channel: evltube
A Volume of 2D Julia setsHighVBR.mp4
A Volume of 2D Julia setsHighVBR.mp4
Published: 2012/03/11
Channel: Dan Sandin
Video Feedback 1982_1
Video Feedback 1982_1
Published: 2009/07/29
Channel: MIRHQ
Dan Sandin image processor
Dan Sandin image processor
Published: 2015/04/06
Channel: rosa menkman
A Study of 4D Julia Sets Iterations of Z = Z2 +K in the Quaternions, 2005 by Dan Sandin   YouTube
A Study of 4D Julia Sets Iterations of Z = Z2 +K in the Quaternions, 2005 by Dan Sandin YouTube
Published: 2017/09/18
Channel: Libertar. io
Emil Friis "Sand In Your Eyes" Live @ Copenhagen Late Nite Jamboree November 2013
Emil Friis "Sand In Your Eyes" Live @ Copenhagen Late Nite Jamboree November 2013
Published: 2014/01/05
Channel: peter jensen
Captivity (6/12) Movie CLIP - Who Are You? (2007) HD
Captivity (6/12) Movie CLIP - Who Are You? (2007) HD
Published: 2012/05/26
Channel: Movieclips
WILLYGO vs J.SANDIN - Octavos de Final - Active Extreme // Mountain Battles
WILLYGO vs J.SANDIN - Octavos de Final - Active Extreme // Mountain Battles
Published: 2017/10/29
Channel: Mountain Battles TV
Tirando onda com músicas da MPB
Tirando onda com músicas da MPB
Published: 2015/05/31
Channel: Kabelonn
Design at Large- Tom Defanti
Design at Large- Tom Defanti
Published: 2016/02/12
Channel: Calit2ube
Captivity (10/12) Movie CLIP - Missing Person (2007) HD
Captivity (10/12) Movie CLIP - Missing Person (2007) HD
Published: 2012/05/26
Channel: Movieclips
CAVE2 Documentary
CAVE2 Documentary
Published: 2014/01/18
Channel: IEEE Virtual Reality Conference
The Bleeding Sun - Sand in my eyes
The Bleeding Sun - Sand in my eyes
Published: 2011/10/01
Channel: 5h30L07h
SD&A 2017: Interactive computer graphics, stereo and VR practice...
SD&A 2017: Interactive computer graphics, stereo and VR practice...
Published: 2017/04/21
Channel: IS&T Electronic Imaging (EI) Symposium
multi camera head tracking for the varrier autostereo display
multi camera head tracking for the varrier autostereo display
Published: 2017/11/05
Channel: Magalyn Melgarejo
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Dan Sandin

Daniel J. Sandin (born 1942) is a video and computer graphics artist/researcher. He is a Professor Emeritus of the School of Art & Design, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Co-director of the Electronic Visualization Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago.[1] He is an internationally recognized pioneer in computer graphics, electronic art and visualization.[2]

Biography[edit]

Dan Sandin received his B.A. in Natural Sciences from Shimer College, IL in 1964 and his M.S. in Physics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1967.[3] He became interested in video in 1967, while helping to organize student demonstrations at the University of Illinois.

In 1969, he moved from the University of Wisconsin–Madison to the University of Illinois at Chicago after his presentation at the Smithsonian of "Glowflow", a computer controlled light and sound system, created with Myron Krueger. His major achievements were a series of projects Glowflow (1969), Sandin Image Processor (IP) (1971–1973), Sayre Glove (1977), PHSColograms (1988), CAVE (1991) and ImmersaDesk and Infinity Wall.

Dan Sandin received several awards. The Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1978, the National Endowment for the Arts in 1980, the Rockefeller Foundation Video Fellowship in 1981, the Inventor of the Year from the University of Illinois in 2000 and the Rockefeller Foundation Media Arts Fellowship in 2002.

Work[edit]

Dan Sandin has said that his career has three main objectives:[4]

  • the design of electronic instruments and computer programs for visual performance and personal growth;
  • the development of educational facilities and programs related to the use of electronic screens; and
  • the production and exhibition of computer processed visual works for personal expressive reasons.

Sandin Image Processor[edit]

Sandin Image Processor, exhibited at School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC)

From 1971 to 1973, he designed the Sandin Image Processor, a patch programmable analog computer for real-time manipulation of video inputs through the control of the grey level information. This modular design was based on the Moog synthesizer. With Tom DeFanti, he would combine it with real-time computer graphics and synthesized music and perform visual concerts. He has performed worldwide and has received grants in support of his work from the Rockefeller Foundation (1981), the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts (1980) and the Guggenheim Foundation (1978). His piece "Spiral PTL" was one of the first pieces included in the Museum of Modern Art's video art collection.

The Sayre Glove[edit]

In 1977, with Tom DeFanti and Rich Sayre, he designed the Sayre Glove, the first data glove, as part of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. This device used light based sensors with flexible tubes with a light source at one end and a photocell at the other. As the fingers were bent, the amount of light that hit the photocells varied, thus providing a measure of finger flexion. It was mainly used to manipulate sliders, but was lightweight and inexpensive.

PHSColograms[edit]

By 1988, Sandin was working on a type of digital photography called PHSColograms; a system whereby a number of still images were situated in an autostereoscopic manner and back-projected with light. The effect was very similar to holograms and many times viewers would mistake them as such. The initial system supported roughly 13 images but further improvements now could easily allow 100 such images to be used. This system was designed primarily for use in the medical field where these quasi-3D images could benefit surgeons.

Cave Automatic Virtual Environment[edit]

A group of people viewing Sandin's From Death's Door to the Garden Peninsula in the CAVE at Ars Electronica '99

The first CAVE was invented by Carolina Cruz-Neira, Daniel J. Sandin, and Thomas A. DeFanti in 1992.[5] This is an immersive system that became the standard for rear projection-based Virtual Reality systems. The normal full system consists of projections screens along the front, side and floor axes, and a tracking system for the "user". Although they used the recursive acronym Cave Automatic Virtual Environment for the CAVE system, the name also refers to Plato's "Republic" and "The Allegory of the Cave" where he explored the concepts of reality and human perception.

Since then there have been a couple offshoots of the CAVE technology, including ImmersaDesk, Infinity Wall and Oblong Industries' G-speak system. The ImmersaDesk is a semi-immersive system, resembling a drafting table, while the Infinity Wall is designed to cater to an entire room of people, such as a conference room. Extending this concept, G-speak supports gestural input from multiple-users and multiple-devices on and expandable array of monitors.

Works[edit]

  • 1973. "5 Minute Romp through the Image Processor". With Phil Morton.
  • 1975. "Wandawega Waters".
  • 1974. "Poop for the NCC". With Tom DeFanti.
  • 1974. "Triangle in Front of Square in Front of Circle in Front of Triangle".
  • 1979. "Christmas Morning in Sister Bay".
  • 1980. "Spiral PTL". With Tom Defanti and Mimi Shevitz, in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New

York.

  • 1980. "Spiral for A.C.M."
  • 1990. "A Volume of Two-Dimensional Julia Sets".
  • 1995. "The Kinetic Sculpture Garden".
  • 1996. "The Oort Continuum".
  • 1997. "Poverty Island With Video Skies".
  • 1999. "From Death's Door to the Garden Peninsula".
  • 2001. "Alive on the Grid".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Daniel J. Sandin". EVL. Retrieved 6 December 2010. 
  2. ^ Johnson, Tobi (November–December 1992). "Pioneer Award: Interview with Dan Sandin". VIDEO: The Center for New Television: 8. Retrieved 3 August 2012. 
  3. ^ Annie Koval (2011-03-16). "Visualization pioneer creates virtual worlds". Medill Reports. Archived from the original on 2011-03-18. Retrieved 2011-03-16. 
  4. ^ de Lignieres, Christine. "Dan Sandin". Image Union, episode 333. Image Union. Retrieved 3 August 2012. 
  5. ^ Cruz-Neira, Carolina; Sandin, Daniel J.; DeFanti, Thomas A.; Kenyon, Robert V.; Hart, John C. (1 June 1992). "The CAVE: Audio Visual Experience Automatic Virtual Environment". Commun. ACM. 35 (6): 64–72. doi:10.1145/129888.129892. ISSN 0001-0782. Retrieved 6 April 2017. 

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