The SeeMore Project is the brainchild of an artist and a computer scientist.
Kirk W. Cameron is a Professor of Computer Science and a Research Fellow in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech. The central theme of his research is to improve power and performance efficiency in high performance computing (HPC) systems and applications. Accolades for his work include NSF and DOE Career Awards, the IBM Faculty Award, and being named Innovator of the Week by Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine. Prof. Cameron received the Ph.D. in Computer Science from Louisiana State University (2000) and B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Florida (1994).
Sam Blanchard is an Assistant Professor of Sculpture in the School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA. He received his Bachelor of Fine Art in 2002 from Ohio University and Master of Fine Art in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2004. Past research includes hybrid sculptures, installation, performance, and video artworks. Sam utilizes technology based fabrication methods to interweave everyday materials and objects to become extended metaphors of experience.
Bo Li PhD Candidate Computer Science, Virginia Tech
Sergio Bernales MS Computer Science, Virginia Tech 2015
John Mooring BS Computer Science, Virginia Tech 2014
Timmy Meyer BS Computer Science, Virginia Tech 2015
Kelsey Farenholtz BS Computer Science, Virginia Tech 2016
Rob Redfearn BFA Studio Art, Virginia Tech 2015
Jud Froelich BFA Studio Art, Virginia Tech 2016
Brennan Young BFA Studio Art, Virginia Tech 2017
Michelle Will BFA Studio Art, Virginia Tech 2014
Tamar Peterson MFA Creative Technologies, Virginia Tech 2015
David Mills MFA Creative Technologies, Virginia Tech 2016
George Hardebeck MFA Creative Technologies, Virginia Tech 2017