A. Michael Noll is an American engineer, artist, and pioneer in the fields of digital art and 3D animation. His work as a scientist, mathematician and technologist attempted to locate the boundaries of computer imagery as a medium during its early years, and his research and writings were integral to the construction of the field […]
Abraham Moles was an electrical engineer and physicist who worked on analyzing and investigating the links between aesthetics and information theory. His professional legacy includes research on acoustics and music technology, as well as on computational aesthetics. Born in 1920, he studied technology and earth sciences at the University of Grenoble in France, and then […]
Adam Smith graduated from RISD in 1985 with his BFA. After moving to Cambridge, MA, he developed one of the first 3D CAD (Computer-Aided Design) applications. He then relocated to San Diego, where he worked for NASA as art director for a booklet, Global Change, later presented to the Reagan administration as the first NASA document acknowledging […]
Aldo Giorgini was an Italian artist and a pioneer in computer graphics. Formally trained by Italian futurist painter-sculptor Ambrogio Casati, Giorgini stayed on with his mentor as an apprentice, and assisted in the restoration of classic works by old masters damaged during the Second World War. Simultaneously attending university coursework outside of his work in the […]
Alfred Graßl is a scientist and technologist mainly known for being a founding member of the Ars Intermedia group. Graßl studied Information Technology at the Technical University of Vienna, and then became assistant professor there in 1966. That year also marked the founding of Ars Intermedia, with Otto Beckmann, an experimental working group with the […]
Andre Ribuoli is a printer and founder of Ribuoli Digital, a fine art studio in New York City. Ribuoli has 25 ydars of experience in digital media and printing, including directing Pamplemousse Press for almost 9 years before he started Ribuoli Digital, which specializes in creating artists’ original projects and editions by fostering creativity and […]
Anton Zöttl studied electrical engineering at the Technische Universität München, Munich. From 1957 theoretical work in radar technology, especially in information processing in complex radar systems. From 1970 production of computer graphics using a Siemens computer and CalComp plotter. He lives in Munich, DE.
Auro Lecci began his computer graphic works at the data center of the University of Pisa (Italy) and later continued at the Department of Art of the University of Massachusettes, Amherst, MA (USA). Works and lives in Florence, Italy. 1958-1964 studied architecture at the University of Florence and the University of Oregon at Eugene. 1965-1968 studied electronic […]