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Techniques for 3D modeling and rapid prototyping

Corey Bruse

A discussion about rapid prototyping concepts with specifics regarding the equipment and software used at the Center for Design Innovation for modeling

Eames, Morrison, “Powers of 10” and the power of scaling and scoping in visual communications

Carol Strohecker

The participant listener

Michael Tiemann

Glenn Gould (1932-1982) was one of the best-known and most celebrated classical pianists of the 20th century.  Abandoning live performances in favor of the recording studio in 1964 at the age of 31, he was also one of its most controversial musical figures as well, especially as he began to elaborate on what he perceived to be the advantages of the recording studio compared with the concert stage and the record as compared with the live performance.  In 1966, Gould wrote:

“implicit in electronic culture is an acceptance of the idea of multilevel participation in the creative process”

Alas, the music industry chose not to enroll the listening public into its participatory ranks, treating us instead as passive consumers, and our increasingly electronic culture proceeded to abandon music for media that *did* invite multilevel participation: the Internet.

Michael Tiemann leads us to consider The Miraverse, an environment (presently under development in Pittsboro NC) where new approaches to music production, licensing, and distribution can achieve better creative, economic, and cultural outcomes for all involved participants: artists, engineers, producers, and ultimately, audiences of all descriptions.  You can read the blog posting that precipitated this exchange and visit the website…

ARTStem: Teaching and learning at the intersection of the arts and STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and math)

Mike Wakeford

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