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The AlloSphere Offers an Interactive Experience of Nano-sized Worlds

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Image of a hydrogen atom with spin, representing an orbital mixture of two probablity waves.

As part of the Multimodal Representation of Quantum Mechanics: The Hydrogren Atom project, this image shows the hydrogen atom with spin, representing an orbital mixture of two probability waves.

Credit: Professor JoAnn-Kuchera Morin, Media Arts and Technology, UCSB, Professor Luca Peliti University of Naples Italy, Lance Putnam. Media Arts and Technology, UCSB


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This video offers a sampling of the innovative projects that are being developed with the AlloSphere.

Credit: Multimodal Representation of Quantum Mechanics: The Hydrogen Atom
Key faculty and graduate student researchers associated with the project: Professor JoAnn-Kuchera-Morin, Media Arts and Technology, UCSB; Professor Luca Peliti, University of Naples, Italy; Lance Putnam, Media Arts and Technology, UCSB

Artistic Patterning and Structural Growth New Atomic Bonding: Multi-Center Hydrogen Bond. An Interactive Visualization and Multi-modal Representation of Unique Atomic Bonds for Alternative Fuel
Key faculty, postdoctoral, and graduate student researchers associated with the project: Professor Chris Van de Walle, Dr. Anderson Janotti, Solid State Lighting and Energy, UCSB; Professor JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, Lance Putnam, Basak Alper, Media Arts and Technology, UCSB

AlloBrain - Graham Wakefield, Lance Putnam, Wesley Smith, Dan Overholt, John Thompson - Artistic presentation, data visualization, auralization and interaction; Faculty Directors: Professor JoAnn Kuchera-Morin and Professor Marcos Novak, Media Arts and Technology, UCSB

Artificial Nature - Haru Ji and Graham Wakefield, Media Arts and Technology, UCSB

Center for Nanomedicine Project - Pablo Colapinto, John Delaney, Haru Ji, Qian Liu, Gustavo Rincon, Graham Wakefield, Dr. Matthew Wright, Media Arts and Technology UCSB
Faculty Directors: Professor JoAnn-Kuchera Morin, Media Arts and Technology, UCSB; Dr. Jamey Marth, Center for Nanomedicine; Sanford Burnham, Medical Research Institute and UCSB

 

Image of a multi-center hydrogen bond focusing on bond in middle of the iso-surface and streamline.

This is an image of a multi-center hydrogen bond, focusing on the bond in the middle of the iso-surface and streamline, and revealing the electro-static charge density of the bond. It is a part of the "Artistic Patterning and Structural Growth New Atomic Bonding: Multi-Center Hydrogen Bond" project.

Credit: Professor Chris Van de Walle, Dr. Anderson Janotti Solid State Lighting and Energy, UCSB, Professor JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, Lance Putnam, Basak Alper Media Arts and Technology, UCSB


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Image showing mapping of fMRI data of the brain revealing to layers of blood tissue flow.

As part of the AlloBrain project, this image shows mapping of fMRI data of the brain, revealing two layers of blood tissue flow with rectangular agents that are mining the blood density levels.

Credit: Graham Wakefield, Lance Putnam, Wesley Smith, Dan Overholt, John Thompson Artistic presentation, data visualization, auralization and interaction; Faculty Directors Professor JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, and Professor Marcos Novak Media Arts and Technology, UCSB


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Image showing a fluid dynamic environment containing bio-generative algorithms.

This image is from the Artificial Nature project, and displays a fluid dynamic environment containing bio-generative algorithms, representing plant and insect-like life forms.

Credit: Haru Ji & Graham Wakefield Media Arts and Technology, UCSB


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Image of a researcher flying through the vasculature system of the human body.

This is an immersive surround view of a researcher flying through the vasculature system of the human body, as part of the "Center for Nanomedicine Project."

Credit: Pablo Colapinto, John Delaney, Haru Ji, Qian Liu, Gustavo Rincon, Graham Wakefield, Dr. Matthew Wright Media Arts and Technology UCSB, Faculty Directors Professor JoAnn-Kuchera Morin Media Arts and Technology, UCSB, Dr. Jamey Marth Center for Nanomedicine, Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute and UCSB.


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