University of New Mexico  
 
 
 
 
 

 

Jane Crayton, ARTE graduate student,
creates curriculum for Immersive Landscapes
teaching Digital Panoramic Spherical
Photography for the Fulldome

The Center for Advanced Research in Computing (CARC) a UNM Lab is showing fulldome related works at the Super Computing Conference this year. Jane Crayton, ARTE graduate student, developed, Immersive Landscapes teaching Digital Panoramic Spherical Photography for the Fulldome that will be presented on her behalf by CARC. Works by Crayton' students Fulldome photography will be shown in a portable dome at the conference.

Crayton was honored to be included in CARC events at Super Computing for the second year in a row, for two very different projects. Last year she completed a video mixing project with Ursonate which was dual performed in Seattle and Albuquerque on the Lamda Rail optical network. 

More information about the Super Computing Conference to be held later this month in Salt Lake can be found at http://sc12.supercomputing.org/.

Crayton will also be teaching an undergraduate course at the Institute of American Indian Art Spring semester 2013. She will be working closely with IAIA and ARTSLab on the development of a fulldome curriculum for the undergraduate level funded through a Department of Defense grant which was awarded to IAIA and UNM ARTSLab.