A User’s Guide to Archiving Computer Graphics History
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SIGGRAPH Pioneers have been key players in the development of the software, hardware and content that has established computer graphics as industry and ACM SIGGRAPH as a vibrant international community of researchers, artists, developers, filmmakers, scientists, and business professionals.
Join us for this webinar, presented by the ACM SIGGRAPH History Committee and Pioneers and LA ACM SIGGRAPH to learn:
- Why archiving is important
- What should be archived
- How to make sure that the material in your files, garage and basement are properly archived to ensure the preservation of your legacy
Join Adele Newton and Mary Whitton of the SIGGRAPH History Committee; Amanda Wick, the archivist from the Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota; Dave Kasik, of Boeing, Ed Kramer, the Chair of the SIGGRAPH PIONEERS, and Joan Collins, with the Los Angeles SIGGRAPH History project. February 18 2021 - 9:00AM PST / 12:00noon EST.
Adele Newton Communications Chair of the SIGGRAPH History Committee;
Mary Whitton, Chair of the SIGGRAPH History Committee;
Amanda Wick, the archivist from the Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota;
Dave Kasik, of Boeing; speaking on the need to Archive CAD
Ed Kramer, the Chair of the SIGGRAPH PIONEERS, and
Joan Collins, with the Los Angeles SIGGRAPH History project.
This event starts promptly at 9AM PST. Please join a couple of minutes early to get the entire content.
- Introduction to the SIGGRAPH History Project
- Speaker Introductions
- Speaker Presentations
- General Q&A
This event is open and free to everyone. You must register with Zoom to get access to this Webinar. We always appreciate a donation or Chapter Membership to help cover our expenses.
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Adele Newton, Amanda Wick, Dave Kasik, Ed Kramer, Joan Collins, Mary Whitton, and the Los Angeles SIGGRAPH Executive Council.
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