steve dipaola resume

Lectures - Art Shows - Reviews - Papers & Books - Awards

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Lectures & Presentations (selected)

· Comdex '01 - Invited Speaker, “The Future of Interactive Entertainment", 2001. Video stream (similar talk).
· Siggraph '01 - Panelist on "Designing Experience: Emerging Trends in Experience Based Environments", 2001.
· Stanford Center for the Study of Language & Information, "Gesture and Narrative Creation in Virtual Communities", 2001.
· UCLA Design | Media Arts, "Internet-based Interactive Character Design: From Agents to Avatars", 2001.
· Stanford Seminar on People, Computers, and Design, "Emerging Interactive Expression Systems", 2001. Video stream.
· Interactive Age Conference ’01, USC, Panelist on “Self-Authorship: Role-Playing Games and Avatar-Based Worlds”, 2001.
· Annenberg Center for Communication, Panelist on "The Audience Takes Over: Participant as Collaborator”, 2001.
· UC Berkeley, Human Centered Computing Lectures - “Immersive Natural Metaphors in Virtual Communities”, 2000.
· Siggraph '00 - Panelist on “Interactive Storytelling: New Genres & Directions", 2000.
· Stanford Learning Lab - “A Real-time Group Communication System using Immersive Natural Metaphors”, 2000.
· Digital Biota ’99,  Moderator, “Internet Worlds for Artificial Life”, 1999.
· Stanford Seminar: People, Computers & Design - “Internet Interactive Character Design: Agents to Avatars”, 1999. Video.
· Siggraph '99 - Presented paper "A 3D Natural Emulation Design to Virtual Communities", (Sketch Section), 1999.
· Institute for the Future (Fortune100 think-tank) - Invited speaker, "The Evolution of Identity in Cyberspace", 1999.
· Siggraph '98 - Moderator/speaker of the panel "Characters on the Internet, The Next Generation", 1998. Review.
· Internet World '97 - Panelist Adweek's panel, "Who are you going to call, Interactive Boutique or Ad Agency", 1997.
· Siggraph '97 - Panelist on "Putting a Human Face on Avatar CyberSpace", 1997.
· CHI '97 - with B. Damer -  Led a full day, hands-on course on “Immersive UI and Virtual Communication”, 1997.
· Virtual Reality Universe '97 - Moderated panel on "Avatar Technologies and Applications", 1997.
· Virtual Humans '97 - Panelist on "Designing 3D Avatars", 1997.
· Avatars '97 - Panelist on "Grand Tour of the Virtual Landscape" and moderator on "Avatar Physiognomy Design", 1997.
· World Movers '97 - Moderated panel on "If We Build It, Will They Come?" (VRML multi-user worlds), 1997.
· Siggraph '96 "Digital Bayou" - Invited technology exhibitor to this juried Technology Showcase, 1996.
· Stanford Graphics Lunch Lectures - "Designing for 3D Virtual Communities", 1996.
· Siggraph '89 - Invited course lecturer, "State of the Art in Facial Animation" (film and video show contributor), 1989.

Art Exhibitions

· "Chasing Alice", 3D Interactive Performance, Stanford Department of Art Lobby, Stanford, CA, 2000.
· Tapestry ' 99 Group Show, Herbst Theater, San Francisco, CA, 1999.
· Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Permanent Research Collection, Washington, DC, 1998.
· Contact Consortium Show, Anon Salon, San Francisco, California, 1997.
· Center for the Arts, Yerba Buena Gardens, Invited Interactive Performance “
Virtual Voce”, San Francisco, CA, 1997.
· Digital Be-In, Invited Interactive Performance “Virtual Voce”, San Francisco, CA, 1996.
· Montage '93, International Festival of the Image, Rochester, New York, 1993.
· “Image World: Art and Media Culture”, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY (Contributed to Nam June Paik
work), 1989.
· Siggraph '89, Film and Video Exhibition, 1989.
· “Digital Explorations ... Emerging Visions in Art”, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York,
NY (Co-curator / artist), 1988.
· Image Du Futur, Montreal, Canada, 1988.
· Siggraph '88,  Film and Video Exhibition, 1988.
· Atelier Grapoui, Brussels, Belgium, 1988.
· “Computers and Art”, Everson Museum, Syracuse,
NY
           Traveled to             Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio; 
                                        IBM Gallery of Science and Art, New York,
NY;
                                        Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FL    1987.
· Siggraph '87 Art Show, Anaheim, CA, 1987.
· Nouvelles Images de Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo, Monaco, 1987.
· Siggraph '87, Film and Video Exhibition, 1987.
· Nicograph '87, Nicograph, Tokyo, Japan, 1987.                      
· Zagreb Animation Festival, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1987.
· Parigraph Animation Festival, Paris, 1986.
· Siggraph '86, Film and Video Exhibition, 1986.               
· Nouvelles Images de Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo, Monaco, 1986.
· Siggraph '85, Film and Video Exhibition, 1985.   

Reviews

· The Now Newspaper,Simulating the Future” (Article on my work and human approach to technology), Jan. 24, 2002.
· The New York Times, “Put Your Face in the Line of Fire...” by Jeffrey R Young, August 14, 2001.
· The New York Times, “The Internet in Three Dimensions”, November 25, 1996.
· Sculpture Magazine, “Special Installation Issue”, (Cover Art and article), March/April 1990.
· The New York Times, “Video Making Waves in the Art World”, (Kraftwerk Video and Paik) November 17, 1989.
· Computer Graphics World, “Computers and Fine Art”, (Cover Art and article), October 1988.
· Syracuse Herald, “When computer art and ‘real’ art coincide”, September 13, 1987.
· The Face Magazine, “Kling un Klang”, September 13, 1987.
· World Graphics Design Now, “Computer Art”, 1987.

Papers and Book Excerpts

· Siggraph ‘02, "Investagating Face Space" - Presented Paper - (Sketch), 2002.
· Information Visualization ‘02, "FaceSpace: A Facial Spatial-Domain Toolkit" - Presented Paper - 2002.
· Skigraph ‘02, "A 3D Virtual Environment for Social Telepresence" - Presented Paper - 2002.

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Siggraph '99, "A 3D Natural Emulation Design to Virtual Communities" - Presented Paper - (Sketch), 1999.
· Avatars, by B. Damer, Peach Pit Press - pgs. 446-48, 193-234, cover artwork. 1998.
· Computer Facial Animation, by Parke & Waters - Book Excerpt - pgs. 101-104, 214-219, cover artwork. 1996.
· Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation, "Extending the Range of Facial Types", Paper & cover artwork. 1991.
· Siggraph Facial Animation Tutorial, "3D Parameterized Facial Modeling & Animation", 1989.

Awards and Grants

· 2001 ASI Provincial Research Grant ($40,000CA for 4 years) – 3D Facial Expression in Sciences and Arts.
· 1999 Smithsonian Institution's Permanent Research Collection of Information Technology (for Onlive Traveler).
· 1998 Communication Arts Site of the Week, (for HP Kayak Interactive Decision Assistant).
· 1995 British Interactive Media Awards Gold Medal Winner, (for 3D Atlas).
· 1994 Emma Awards, Cannes Best International Product (for 3D Atlas - Myst was runner up).
· 1994 Communication Arts Design Awards Best Educational Product (for 3D Atlas).
· 1988 Image Du Futur, Montreal Animation - Second Place (for Kraftwerk).
· 1987 Nicograph 87, Tokyo Artistic and Technical Achievement Award (for Kraftwerk).
· 1987 Nouvelles Images de Monte Carlo Animation - Third Place (for Kraftwerk).