[BrainPop] Kirk W. Cameron, SeeMore: A kinetic Parallel Computer for Educating Broad Audiences on Parallel Computation.
This presentation was used during a visit to BrainPop HQ in New York City.
[JPDC] Bo Li, John Mooring, Sam Blanchard, Aditya Johri, Melinda Leko, Kirk W. Cameron,
SeeMore: A kinetic parallel computer sculpture for educating broad audiences on parallel computation. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 105: 183-199 (2017).
This paper provides a detailed description of the design choices and challenges we faced when creating SeeMore. We also discuss participant survey results describing how a visualization of parallel computing affect and inspires audiences.
[ASEE] *Chowdhury, B., Blanchard, S., Cameron, K., & Johri, A. (2015). SeeMore: An Interactive Kinetic Sculpture Designed to Teach Parallel Computational Thinking. Proceedings of the 2015 American Association for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition (pp. 14). ASEE.
This paper provides a detailed description of the design choices and challenges we faced creating Lil’ SeeMore, the 30-node prototype system built as an intermediate step in creation of the larger SeeMore system.