A tribute concert by Tangerine Dream for founding member Edgar Froese, performed at the Philharmony Szczecin, Poland in 2016.
They performed perfectly to my ‘Temples’ film and particle animations ‘Particle Man’ and ‘Star Girl’.
It’s a compilation from rushes and excerpts from one camera, so there are some gaps and incomplete parts.

What a thrill and an honour 🙂

Footage courtesy of grantwakefield.com

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Statue

November 9, 2016

In\Formation

June 7, 2016

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A Two-Part (25 min) Immersive Expereince in 360° 3D About VR’s Potential To Inspire Empathy

World Premiere, June 6, 2016
Directed by Debra Anderson, Produced by Hugh McGrory, A Datavized Production

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available for free streaming and download
In\Formation App for Android on Google Play
Datavized – In\Formation (Part 1 & 2) YouTube360

Another World 360

April 12, 2016

Here’s the link to my Facebook post on this..

 

Temples

January 22, 2016

Procedurally generated ancient ruins, in a single 360 panoramic tracking shot. Rendered entirely in a shader on a graphics card GPU.

I accidentally discovered a terrain generation algorithm (using ray marching) which seemed to closely resemble architectural structures in disrepair. They could easily pass for Greek, Roman, Hindu or Egyptian. You can see columns, pillars, archways and decorative carvings… generated purely from a few lines of code and math.

The animation was created using a single tracking shot, rendered in 4K equirectangular format. This allowed me to direct the camera in post production using stereographic projection – allowing fisheye and ‘little planet’ views, as well as conventional looking camera views.

Here’s one of the 4k equirectangular frames – you can load this into any 360 panoramic viewing software.

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Software / resources:

Processing (proessing.org) & GLSL shaders (inspiration & hacked code from http://www.shadertoy.com, and Little Planets plugin for After Effects (by subblue).

Music – Philip Glass – String Quartet No. 3 “Mishima” , VI. Performed by the Carducci Quartet.