I’ve been asked to prepare a 45mn keynote for an international conference, called Cyberworlds 2021 (link to the program).
Of course, I’d like to talk about G’MIC, and more generally about what I call “Artistic Imaging”, that is the research field where new algorithms can be designed to eventually help artists producing their artworks or allowing them to be even more creative.
So far, here are the slides I’ve produced:
(there are a lot of slides, but see them as something that is mainly animated, the plan is not to spend 3 mn on each slide).
I’d be interested by your feedback on this. It’s a keynote, so for a general audience (scientists anyway), not specially intended to be highly technical, just something that summarizes the concepts and the work I’ve done on G’MIC, as well as a focus on a few algorithms I’ve been able to produce while collaborating with artists (David Revoy and @patdavid to name them).
I’d really like to improve the presentation, if possible, so feel free to comment. Particularly interested by what the regular G’MIC contributors think about it! (@grosgood , @Reptorian , @afre , @garagecoder, @Iain, @Joan_Rake1 , @rich2005 , @KaRo and others I forget).
Thank you in advance to the people who will take the time to watch this and give me their opinion!