360 degree Video

Check this out, it’s a 360 degree panorama (like Google street view) that uses Video instead of still images. It’s made by a dutch company called YellowBird who also has the longest web address I’ve ever come accross www.yellowbirdsdonthavewingsbuttheyflyto makeyouexperiencea3dreality.com If you want to have a look at the show reel …

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FilmCAD Blog

Just started a blog for my FilmCAD Class. If your an old student by all means pop on over for a look. http://filmcad.wordpress.com. Eventually there’ll be info about e-onsoftwares Vue (a software package we use for doing all our 3d Visualisations). Links to Student work, examples of work out there in …

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Essential iOS Apps

Late last year my lovely wife replaced my iPod touch she lost a year earlier. Wahoo. So now that 2011 has kicked off I figured I better get my digital life organised. I’ve spent a bit of time looking for apps that will help organise everything in the best possible …

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Colour Picking

I thought I’d share this with you all. This is an example of a easy technique to create a colour palette for what ever project you happen to be working on (web pages, print jobs, logos, etc). The image below kinda speaks for itself but basically find an image you …

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Spiral Storm [Updated x4]

After completing a real site I decided to create something a bit more surreal. [update] I wasn’t that happy with the post processed lens blur in my original version of this image so I re-rendered it with a raytraced DoF Blur. I also spent a bit more time in photoshop creating …

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Cream of the crop

For a while now I’ve had a portfolio on Cornucopia. The other day I thought I’d throw an image up there of a project I’ve been working on. In my opinion it’s not the most impressive work I’ve done however the people that run the site thought otherwise and selected …

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Ode to the Builders

I travelled to Greece once by accident about 10 years ago, the thing that really struck me was the old construction yards. Full of partially built structures, used rock, debris, etc. All just sitting out in the open, in the elements. I think those that spent their time in these …

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