Digital ArtForms

digital artforms

Description of Organisation

Digital ArtForms are experts in immersive interaction and visualization. Since 1998 they have developed cutting-edge tracked applications for several markets, including Design, Military, Security, Training, and Medicine. With funding and oversight from the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) Digital ArtForms developed and validated iMedic3D, a fully immersive DICOM visualization system that employs a novel and powerful Two-Handed Interface (THI).   In a major study conducted for TATRC, THI was shown to be up to 9 times as efficient as the mouse in the performance of fundamental 3D tasks.


Previous experience

Digital ArtForms have built several software platforms for Government and Industry including iMedic3D, its immersive 3D DICOM visualization and manipulation environment, C2THI, an immersive Command and Control system, and InDex, the world’s first commercial immersive 3D modeling system.


Profile of staff members

Paul Mlyniec: President founded Digital ArtForms in 1998 after 15 years in the high-end visual simulation industry.  Since its founding, Digital ArtForms has been exclusively focused on the development of advanced immersive applications.


Jason Jerald, PhD: Chief Scientist earned his PhD from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, the premier institution for immersive studies.  He has spent many years in the industry building immersive applications giving him a rare balance of academic and real-world immersive experience.


Arun Yoganandan, MS: Lead Architect, Volumetric Systems earned his Master’s from the University of Illinois, Chicago, one of the world’s leading research institutions in the area of immersive hardware and software. Arun developed iMedic3D’s rendering engine and took the lead in developing many of its advanced interaction techniques.