Steve DiPaola - - - - - - - - - ARCHIVED
SITE see www.dipaola.org for
(Stanford Univ. Digital Art Center)
My areas of interest includes interactive art expression systems, facial and character systems for animation and real-time interactivity, alternative user interfaces and 3D interactive narrative and collaboration systems. See my portfolio site for details as well as recent papers and lectures.
Facade: Stanford Facial Animation System (developed by my Facial Animation students)
Alice: The "Chasing Alice" Virtual Performance Site (developed by my Interactive Narrative students)
Spring 01: Art 175 C Digital Narrative Production (co-taught with Greg Niemeyer)
Winter 01: Art 173A The Illusion of Life: Facial Animation
Fall 00: Art 173 Interactive Digital Narrative
April 17th, 4.15pm-6.15pm, Center
for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University
Lecture: Gesture and Narrative Creation in Avatar-Based 3D Virtual Communities
August 14th, Siggraph
2001, Los Angeles
Panel: Designing Experience: Emerging Trends in Experience Based Environments.
Feb 28th: UCLA Design | Media Arts , UCLA (streamed live at eda)
Lecture: Internet-based Interactive Character Design: From Agents to Avatars
Feb 2nd: Seminar
on People, Computers, and Design, Stanford Univ.
Lecture: Emerging Interactive Expression Systems: Blurring Author and Audience
Jan 29-30th: Interactive Age Conference, Univ. Southern California
Panel: Self-Authorship: Role-Playing Games and Avatar-Based Worlds
Jan 18th: Annenberg Center for Communication, Convergence-Divergence Speaker Series
Panel: The Audience Takes Over: Participant as Collaborator