Duane Michael Palyka

Duane Palyka has participated in the development of computer graphics as both an artist and as a computer scientist for three decades. He started programming computers to make art in the mid-sixties, while he worked on getting three degrees— both a BS in mathematics and a BFA in painting from Carnegie-Mellon University and then an MFA from the University of Utah. His artwork has been shown internationally in museums and galleries including the Brooklyn Museum and the Smithsonian. Duane was a technical director on two movies for George Lucas’ “Industrial Light and Magic” production company. Currently he’s an Associate Professor teaching animation at the School of Film and Animation at RIT.

source: http://people.rit.edu/dpalyka/StrokeDance.html

Programming languages/software used: ALGOL