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DomeFest2005 Finalists

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  • dbeining@nmmnh.state.nm.us
    It s a pleasure to announce the finalists for the DomeFest2005 Juried Show. This year s panel of judges (listed below) did eyeball-popping work in the dome (~5
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 6, 2005
      It's a pleasure to announce the finalists for the DomeFest2005 Juried Show.
      This year's panel of judges (listed below) did eyeball-popping work in the
      dome (~5 hours) and in a meeting room (~4 hours) to select finalists from
      something like 100 minutes of material (36 submissions from nine countries.)
      A big juicy thanks to the jurors for their time, travel and talents to make
      the 2005 show something really special. The submissions set an even wider
      spectrum of what the fulldome medium can do and it's clear the bar is rising
      on production quality and innovation. Exciting times.

      A huge thanks to all the contributors as well. A lot of very, very good
      work didn't make the cut and those good people and projects deserve a big
      thanks from everyone who cares about the medium. So, thank you again,
      contributors. We'll be announcing the alternates and the SIGGRAPH dome
      finalists in separate announcements. Keep an eye on http://www.domefest.org/ .

      Finally, remember the festival is July 16-17 and there's going to be a lot
      going on above and beyond the juried show premiere and "Domie" award
      presentations. http://www.domefest.org/ for details as
      we solder this thing together.



      David Beining
      DomeFest Chair/LodeStar Director

      The DomeFest 2005 Jurors

      Alex Barnett, CEO & Executive Director, Chabot Space & Science Center

      Sam Black, SIGGRAPH2005 Animation Chair & former Pixar animator (San

      Leo Hourvitz, Technical Art Director, Electronic Arts (San Francisco)

      Michael Stearns, film composer, ambient music composer and sound designer,
      The Guest House (Santa Fe)

      Hue Walker, Artist & Educator, University of New Mexico ARTS Lab

      John Weiley, Fulldome/Film Director & Producer, Heliograph (Byron Bay,

      The DomeFest 2005 Finalists (random order)

      Dome Sketch
      Ryan Wyatt
      New York, New York, USA

      Derivation of Chaos
      Hue Walker & Panaiotis
      Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

      Irmin Wehmeier
      University of New Mexico
      Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

      Kaluoka'Hina, the Enchanted Reef
      Raul Erdossy
      Munich, Germany

      Molecularium-Riding Snowflakes
      V. Owen Bush
      Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/Nanotoons
      Troy, New York, USA

      Andrew J. Quinn
      Independent (Lucern Planetarium Artists in Labs Program)
      Milano, Italy

      Black Hole: The Other Side of Infinity
      Donna Cox
      National Center for Supercomputing Applications/Denver Museum of Natural
      Science /Thomas Lucas Productions
      Champaign, Illinois, USA

      Evolution of the Universe: Galaxies Forming on Filamentary Sturctures
      Donna Cox
      National Center for Supercomputing Applications/San Diego Supercomputing
      Champaign, Illinois, USA

      Visualization of an F3 Tornado Within a Supercell Simulation
      Donna Cox
      National Center for Supercomputing Applications
      Champaign, Illinois, USA

      Percepts: Precepts
      Theo A. Artz
      amalgamation house,
      Drexel University
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

      Enrico Trujillo
      Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

      Collaboration of Animation Students
      University of New Mexico
      Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

      Generative Computational Landscapes
      Joe Dean
      Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

      A Bell in the Storm, Storm Sequence
      Martin Sawtell
      Floreat, Australia

      Cardboard Rocket
      Mike Murray
      Clark Planetarium
      Salt Lake City, Utah, USA


      david beining
      1801 Mountain Road, NW
      Albuquerque, NM 87104

      505.841.5985 (desk)
      505.362.2614 (cel)
      505.841.5999 (fax)

      LodeStar is a University of New Mexico ( http://www.unm.edu/ ) project located at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History ( http://www.nmnaturalhistory.org/ ).

      Now playing in the L* Dome ( http://www.lodestar.unm.edu/shows.htm ) :
      Passport to the Universe, presented by Molina Healthcare of New Mexico ( http://www.molinahealthcare.com/new_mexico/ ) and the Albuquerque Journal ( http://www.abqjournal.com/ ) .
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