Artist Zach Lieberman uses interactive media to inspire – and explore the relationship between technology, performance, and the body. His recent projects include an open-source eye-tracking system that allows disabled artists to draw using their eyes and a performance that includes drawn sketches that react to a visitors’ touch.
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Dr. Paul Debevec, University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies Paul Debevec is the associate director of graphics research at USC's Institute for Creative Technologies (USC ICT) and a research...