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Discovery - Video
A sampling of the innovative projects that are being developed with the AlloSphere.

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

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