Parallel computing sculpture SeeMore named one of the top projects in the world

A Virginia Tech project created to educate and inspire computational thinking was named one of the top projects by the readers of The MagPi, a magazine dedicated to work using Raspberry Pis, affordable and accessible mini-computers originally designed to teach computer programming to people of all ages.

Featured in the number two spot on the magazine’s list of the best Raspberry Pi projects of all time – and the highest ranking university project on the list – SeeMore is a massive fusion of art and technology created  by two faculty members affiliated with the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology – Sam Blanchard, an assistant professor of sculpture in the School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech, and Kirk Cameron, a professor in Virginia Tech’s Department of Computer Science.


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