Ellen Sandor, Stephan Meyers, Janine Fron, Fernando Orellana and Nichole Maury, (art)n
Margaret Dolinsky and Dana Plepys, Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago
Vintage iGram - Virtual Photograph
Signed computer interleaved Epson prints from the CAVE and Kodalith films mounted on plexiglas, framed in a metal lightbox
Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago
Various private collectors
Computer Graphics World, Issue: Volume: 24 Issue: 11, November 2001 (Cover Image)
Sandor E, Fron J, Greiber K, Orellana F, Meyers S, Plepys D, Dolinsky M, Ali MD, "Collaborative Visualization: New Advances in Documenting Virtual Reality with IGrams," Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference Information Visualization London 1999, July 14-16.
With Man Ray detail, Simone Prieuer, Dancer, ca. 1930, 11 1/2" x 9" Vintage gelatin silver print from the Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Collection
Inspired by Man Ray and the Surrealists who were known for using photography to record their imagined worlds, iGrams celebrate a new evolution in photography.
iGrams are provocative PHSCologram artworks that tell visual stories from different angles about what lives inside of the CAVE, output directly from the CAVE environment in real time in three dimensions.