Genoa, Italy | May 5-6, 2019
Scientific Papers are available at: Expressive 2019


Art in Motion
Wandering Without Wondering
Peter J. Williams and Sala Wong
The CyberAnthill: A Computational Sculpture
Evan Raskob
Mutator VR: Vortex Artwork and Science Pedagogy Adaptations
Lance Putnam, Stephen Todd, William Latham, and Duncan Williams
Sketchy Strokes
Artistic Sketching for Expressive Coding
Elodie Fourquet
Transhuman Expression - Human-Machine Interaction as a Neutral Base for a New Artistic and Creative Practice
Liat Grayver and Gualtiero Volpe
Modeling Phenomena
Emergence in the Expressive Machine
Laura Dekker
Visual Communication with Successive Reading of Public and Secret Information by Generating Dual-Layer Images
Karim Hammoudi, Halim Benhabiles, Mahmoud Melkemi, and Shashank Rao Kadapanatham
Fancy Shapes
Sketch-Based Modeling of Parametric Shapes
Bastien Wailly and Adrien Bousseau
SURFACE: Xbox Controlled Hot-wire Foam Cutter
Freddie Taewoo Hong

Recent Submissions

  • SURFACE: Xbox Controlled Hot-wire Foam Cutter 

    Hong, Freddie Taewoo (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    This artwork is a 3-axis sculpting instrument controlled by an Xbox controller, which allows anyone to intuitively apply one's creativity in a real-time flow without the aid of pre-drawn digital geometry. Surface runs ...
  • Sketch-Based Modeling of Parametric Shapes 

    Wailly, Bastien; Bousseau, Adrien (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    We demonstrate a sketch-based modeling system running on a multi-touch pen tablet. Our system takes inspiration from the work of Nishida et al. [NGDGA*16], who proposed to use deep convolutional networks to interpret ...
  • Visual Communication with Successive Reading of Public and Secret Information by Generating Dual-Layer Images 

    Hammoudi, Karim; Benhabiles, Halim; Melkemi, Mahmoud; Kadapanatham, Shashank Rao (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    In visual communication, visual cryptography is a technique that permits to share secret information through a two-step process. In a common processing scheme, two key images (ciphered images) are generated from a binary ...
  • Transhuman Expression - Human-Machine Interaction as a Neutral Base for a New Artistic and Creative Practice 

    Grayver, Liat; Volpe, Gualtiero (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    Transhuman Expression is an interactive room installation created by Liat Grayver in collaboration with the EU-H2020-ICT project weDRAW in the context of a Vertigo STARTS residency at the Casa Paganini - InfoMus reseach ...
  • Emergence in the Expressive Machine 

    Dekker, Laura (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    The ''Expressive Machine'' is a series of interactive artworks which explore a machine's-eye view of the world. The machine- an assemblage of hardware and software-provokes sensual interaction with viewer-participants, ...
  • Artistic Sketching for Expressive Coding 

    Fourquet, Elodie (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    This experiential paper describes using computer graphics and animation to motivate students taking their first programming course. An artistic context encourages students to create expressive images and animations. Their ...
  • The CyberAnthill: A Computational Sculpture 

    Raskob, Evan (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    The CyberAnthill is both a generative sculpture and a Live Computational Sculpting (LCS) system that uses a 3D printer and custom software to build plastic sculptures out of layered cellular automata. As the title alludes ...
  • Mutator VR: Vortex Artwork and Science Pedagogy Adaptations 

    Putnam, Lance; Todd, Stephen; Latham, William; Williams, Duncan (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    We present our virtual reality artwork Mutator VR: Vortex that immerses the viewer in procedurally-generated alien environments inhabited by interactive ''mutoid'' agents. The artwork was adapted into two science pedagogy ...
  • Wandering Without Wondering 

    Williams, Peter J.; Wong, Sala (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
    Wandering Without Wondering is a hybrid-media installation distilling and chronicling artists Sala Wong and Peter Williams' collaborative walking practice. The project uses various digital technologies to augment human ...