Ordered by most recent:
- HoloLens Demo with Microsoft
- Introduction to OpenCV
- Rendering for AR & VR
- Spring 2017 Second Club Meeting ft. Nanci Solomon
- Spring 2017 First Club Meeting
- Introduction to AR & Unity
- Coding and Artists
- VR Demo Day
- Fall 2016 Third Club Meeting
- Movie Night
- Fall 2016 Second Club Meeting ft. Mark Cordell Holmes
- Introduction to OpenGL
- Fall 2016 First Club Meeting
Riaz Ali, Director of Hardware Engineering at Microsoft, will be presenting a live demo of the Microsoft HoloLens holographic computer.
Our club's own advisor, Professor Robert Bruce, gave an introductory talk on OpenCV, a widely adapted, free, and open-source computer vision library.
Michael Finder, a professor at San Jose State University and a software engineer at Google, gave a talk on the challenges of rendering for AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality).
Nanci Solomon talked on her decades-long experience in the VR (virtual reality) industry, being CEO and co-founder of Xulu Entertainment, demonstration on her company's techonology, and much more.
This is the first general meeting for computer graphics officer and members for spring 2017 semester.
Xiao Li Wu, senior computer science student, gave a technical workshop on working with augmented reality (AR) in Unity3D.
Professor Steve Durie, who teaches at SJSU, gave a lecture about being an artist working with technical industry.
Virtual reality (VR) demos on SteamVR games were at SJSU Engineering building. Computer graphics club members and non-members were there to test out the HTC Vive.
Justin Tennant, our club president, gave a quick presentation during club meeting with officers and members about future events for the rest of Fall 2016 semester, club logo suggestions, and more future plans.
This is the club’s first social meeting by watching the original Toy Story movie.
Mark Cordell, former pixar animator, gave a talk about his college and career experience being an animator.
Professor Robert Bruce, computer graphics club advisor, presented an introduction to OpenGL technical workshop.
This is the club’s first meeting with officers and members after it became official by SJSU Associated Students.