- Edgerton Center offers again EC.210 Visualization in Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education
- Erika Lu, MIT Class of 2017, joins ARTEMiS as a student assistant
- Dr. Violeta Ivanova teaches visualization in Pakistan
- 3D modeling and texturing the astronaut for Human Motion in Microgravity
- ARTEMiS presents at SIGGRAPH 2013
- What’s your flavor of visualization?
- Visual artist Betsy Skrip joins MIT ARTEMiS
- ARTEMiS and ICAP collaborate in Lyon, France
We are often asked what it takes to create a visualization. The answer is always the same: it depends. What kind of visualization? 2d or 3d? Still or animated? Conceptual or photorealistic? Pre-rendered or interactive in real time? Since the effort involved – hence the artistic skills needed – to create a visualization vary greatly between different styles, we have developed a simple reference guide for our collaborators. Check out the ARTEMiS Visualization Style Guide and pick your flavor of visualization! The style guide is meant to be a starting point and is in no way comprehensive. If you have a specific project in mind, contact us to discuss in more detail. We not only create visualizations, but also provide advice on what style of visualization might be most appropriate to represent specific content.
We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but it is somewhat beauty and poetry.- Maria Montessori