Professor Donna J. Cox
Last update September 2006
on-line video interview with Donna Cox by the, Discovery Production Group,
Discovery Communications, Inc., featuring NCSA scientific visualizations by Cox and collaborators on Cosmeo.com; January 2007 – present Available to 70,000 schools on www.unitedstreaming.com; will be available http://www.cosmeo.com/ http://www.urlwire.com/news/031506a.html
British Broadcasting Corporation,
“Virtual World” Part 3, March 26, 2002; Interview with Cox and
"The Story of Computer Graphics," HDTV film documentary of the history of computer graphics where Cox is interviewed as a pioneer, premiered at SIGGRAPH 99, August, 1999, in the SHRINE Auditorium; to be shown on British Broadcasting Company, 2000. Donna Cox interviewed for the film. Reviewed by Animation World Network: http://www.awn.com
“Next Step”, The Discovery Channel, December 1994-1998: program features Cox as co-creator of the Virtual Director.
“Life by Numbers”, Public Broadcasting Station, first program of 7-part series; this program features Cox as an artist using mathematics and computers to visualize the invisible, Premiered April-June 1998; continual broadcasts by local PBS stations and sold on video. http://www.mathlife.org/enhanced/index.html; http://www.maa.org/mathland/mathtrek_4_6_98.html; http://www.pbs.org/wqed/lifebythenumbers/
"Discover", The Disney Channel, 1994-1998: program interviews and features Cox as visualization expert and computer artist.
“Cosmic Voyage”, WEMP-AM, WDJT-TV and WZTR-FM (Milwaukee and Chicago region radio) Cox television and radio interview and movie review, June 6, 1997.
Canal Plus' channels in
"The Nature of Things with
David Suzuki -Day of Reckoning," Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), interview included on the program "SCIENCE NOW" which was broadcast on March 5, 1991 (Radio)
"Innovations: In the Image of Nature," Public
Broadcasting System, WNET
"Computers: The Future of Art," Portland Public
Broadcasting System, aired Spring 1987 -
Spring 1988. This cable program aired in
"The Infinite Voyage: Unseen Worlds," National Public Broadcasting System special, aired first time: Wednesday, October 23, 1987, September 7-12, 1988. Cox was featured as a pioneer artist in Scientific Visualization (1 hour program).
(1989). Scott Wyatt, music and
multimedia production. Computer images
Parkland Planetarium multimedia presentation, July 14 and 15, 1988, to the Illinois Pre-Engineering and Science Educators, hosted by the UIUC college of Engineering Office of Continuing Education and NCSA.
1987 International Computer Music