Gary Nolan worked for many years with the Imaging Technology group at NASA Glenn Research Center, participating in numerous projects ranging from microgravity research on the Space Shuttle and International Space Station to developing NASA's first online image archive (NIX). His work experience includes multimedia design, software development, photography, scientific imaging, augmented reality apps, holography, 360° video, and photogrammetry.
He is currently an avid programmer, photographer, artist, gardener and beekeeper. Recent visual work has focused on generating art from code using reinforcement learning, AI and self-organizing systems.
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