Jeffery Wolin, Georgi Chunev, Andrew Lumsdaine, & Zachary Norman
Friday, March 13 - 3:00PM to 3:45PM
Indiana University Professor of Photography Jeffrey Wolin, and Computer Science Professor Andrew Lumsdaine began collaborating on photographs using custom-built plenoptic cameras in 2012. A micro-lens array is positioned over a digital camera's sensor to allow entire light rays to be recorded, rather than just points of light as in conventional cameras, allowing images to be refocused after they are taken. They can also be viewed stereoscopically. Andrew Lumsdaine is one of the world's leading researchers in plenoptics. Jeffrey Wolin is an internationally-known photographer whose work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art (NY), Art Institute of Chicago and Whitney Museum (NY), among others.