Chris Dodge


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Most Recent Affiliation / Department / Job Title:


  • Researcher

Bio:


  • ISEA1997

    Chris Dodge is an interactive Media Artist/ Researcher/ Software Developer. He was born Jan.15, 1969 in Maine, U.S.A. He graduated with honors from New York University, B.A. FilmNideo, Music Composition, and Computer Science, 1991. Digital Signal Processing Software Developer, Ariel Corp. 1991-1993. Winner of the Best Digital Signal Processing Award, Scientific Computing, 1993. Artist-in­Resident at Zentrum fin Kunst and Medientechnologie (ZKM), Karlsruhe, Germany 1994-1995. Exhibitor in the MultiMediale 4 festival at the ZKM, May 1995. Finalist in the International Video Art Prize, Germany, 1995. M.S. Degree and Media Art and Technology researcher, Media Lab, M.I.T, 1995-97. Interactive Computer Graphics design­er for the Brain Opera, a world-wide touring electronic operatic performance with an interactive lobby experi­ence, created by Tod Machover of the Media Laboratory, 1996-97. Interactive computer vision researcher, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL), Summer 1996. Invited exhibitor and speaker at the WR097 Biennial Media Art Festival, May 1997. Grand prize winner at the ARTEC97 Biennial Media Art Festival and Competition, Nagoya, Japan, June 1997. Invited exhibitor, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, 1997. Commissioned interactive media artist, Goethe Institut, Boston, Summer 1997. His specialty is in realtime computer vision interface design, image processing, physical and ambient interface design, and interactive algorithmic installation artworks. His linear and interactive computer works have been presented around the world at both artistic festivals and technical conferences.


Current Location:


  • US


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