Green-Eye Visualization is a small team who create innovative multimedia experiences for K-12 and general audiences. GEV is founded on the premise that art and science can support and further each other, and produces and distributes a wide variety of quality educational products that support this view.
Laura Lynn Gonzalez has over 10 years experience in science visualization and creative project management, overseeing the production of a wide variety of products; from large-format HD 3D animations to interactive educational tools.
Her most recent project, the development of a 3D learning-biology app, Powers of Minus Ten (POMT), came out of an NSF grant she was awarded through her company, Green-Eye Visualization (GEV). POMT is available through iTunes and the web for iPhone/iPad, PC, and Mac. It was recently featured in Science Magazine, among other publications, as part of the 2011 Science Visualization Challenge.
As an artist and a researcher, she is most interested in the interactions between human culture and science - especially when these interactions give rise to the synthesis of new scientific ideas, reformed educational practice, or changes in perception.
GEV routinely collaborates with doctors, scientists, hospitals, museums, schools, and the general public as development partners. In the past, GEV has collaborated with the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University, the Carnegie Science Center, the Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquariums, the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, the National Aviary, and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
One significant distribution and development partner is Duquesne University's Partnership in Education, a project funded primarily by a Science Education Partnership Award from the National Center for Research Resources, a component of the National Institutes of Health.
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