Bill Lorensen and Jim Pascale (both at Watervliet Arsenal) looking at a Lundy Electronics vector refresh graphics display system. The graphics shows the results of a finite element nodal analysis.
Bill Lorensen and Dick Bair (both at Watervliet Arsenal) looking at a Lundy Electronics vector refresh graphics display system. The graphics shows the results of a finite element nodal analysis.
An early GE CRD recruiting brochure that has a cubic spline image I generated.
Cover of Mechanical Engineering showing Marching Cubes models of a jet engine blade. This was joint work with Pete Finnigan and Al Hathaway of GE CRD's Solid Mechanics Branch.
Schenectady Gazette cartoon regarding the GE/Brigham and Womens Hospital enhanced reality system
GE CRD Dushman Award - Research Workstation (1991): Sieg Ludke, Bill Adams, Bill Lorensen, Walt Robb, Bob Darrow, Harvey Cline
Harvey Cline, Bill Lorensen, Sieg Ludke, November 22, 1988
Shane Chang, Joyce Langan, Will Schroeder, Bill Lorensen, Ken Martin, Margaret Kelliher, October 20, 1994
Boris Yamrom, Cathy Chalek, Bill Lorensen, Chris Volpe, Will Schroeder, May 20, 1992
Bill Lorensen, Bob Coradini and ?? in Dusseldorf, Germany after the Interventional MRI Workshop in 1995.
Authors of Object Oriented Modeling and Design: Bill Lorensen, Jim Rumbaugh, Mike Blaha, Bill Premerlani, Fred Eddy
The Computer Graphics and Systems Program, circa 1990
The Visualization and Computer Vision Group, 2003
GE CRD publicity photo of Bill Lorensen and Harvey Cline on the occasion of the selection of Marching Cubes as one of Siggraph's seminal papers in Computer Graphics
Bill Lorensen, Walt Robb (GE CRD Senior VP) and Chuck Greskovich (co-recipient)
Albany Times Union announcement of Coolidge Award
The bar bill for the Marching Cubes Patent Wake held at The Local Pub, Minneapolis, MN on October 25, 2005.
Admission tickets for the Marching Cubes Patent Wake held at The Local Pub, Minneapolis, MN on October 25, 2005.
Marching Cubes at the Albany Institute of History and Art
Lorensen, Cline, Ludke, Kikinis 1989
Bill practices the fine arts of life at RPI
Bill and Terri in 1996
Bill was an avid golfer
From his earliest years Bill was a high achiever
Bill with Vince Scavullo (a former boss at GE Research) researching horse racing heuristics at Saratoga Race Track. Bill coded an early AI system to predict horse race results (just for fun)!
Bill with his father in 1948
One of Bill's beloved pets
The Lorensen Family Christmas 1955
Bill at around age 11