This lecture will explore the history of women in virtual reality and Prof. Dolinsky's explorations with computers and art. Using virtual reality as an experiential interaction that defies documentation. She will discuss a trajectory that begins with learning to program virtual reality to working with cameras that capture virtual reality in real time. She will discuss how research and creative activity becomes a collaborative performance of combining art and science.
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