ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, THE FALL 2014 INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL IMAGINE CLASS OPENED the IDI Art Gallery in West 112. The gallery included works of art from three different study projects and experiments—Surveillance, High Dynamic Range: Hyperrealism, and Panorama. Surveillance dealt with the nature of surveillance and life under surveillance in cultures around the world, in both digital and physical forms. It involved taking 48 photos and evaluating people’s personal opinions on surveillance. The HDR works involved studying the techniques involved in the creation of such images, as well as the creation of at least 15 images, which were then narrowed down to a single work. Panoramas involved telling a story or a narrative through the use of a number of photographic and/or graphic elements.