Bill Thibault is a computer scientist and artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Playing saxophone during his high school years in New Orleans began a long fascination with improvisation. During college he took to computers, got a doctorate from Georgia Tech, and took a teaching job at CSUEB in Hayward. There he had a chance to meet and work with various people in the Bay Area, including many from the Mills College Center for Contemporary Music. He's created tools for a variety of media including 3D multichannel audio spatialization, multichannel video, and multi-projector display calibration. Lately, he performs with various live musicians, using his software for improvised graphics.