Siggraph, the Association for Computing Machinery's yearly conference on computer graphics, features a gallery of computer graphic art in 2D, 3D, 4D, audio, video and animation. This year's Siggraph 2006 Art Gallery theme is "Intersections." The art work will be on display in Boston from July 30 to Aug. 3.
Toshihiro Kamei of Kyushu University in Hukuoka, Japan, re-created the light reflection and movement of blown glass in a series of inkjet prints. One of them, "Code Line Green," is shown here.
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