LoVR at Cannes Film Festival – VR Program

Posted by on May 16, 2016 in LoVR | No Comments
LoVR at Cannes Film Festival – VR Program

I’m really proud to be a part of one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world… Cannes. This is the first year they’re running a VR program and have selected LoVR to be shown as part of the festival. The VR festival runs from the 11th -22nd of May and is being run […]

Triangles to Stare At

Posted by on Apr 15, 2016 in exe, Sketchbook | No Comments
Triangles to Stare At

These things keep coming to mind when I think about hierarchical procedures and taxonomies. Scale can visualize additional information, such as priority or quantity. But my good friend Biff has been casting his eye upon my visual mutterings and staring at them for some time. The ones he’s been staring at are equilateral, which I […]

A Portrait of Jonathan Wright

Posted by on Apr 1, 2016 in Sketchbook | No Comments
A Portrait of Jonathan Wright

I’ve worked with Jonathan a number of times of the past few years. He has an interesting selection of hats; his art director hat, his prop maker hat, his radio enthusiast hat, his artists hat and probably many more hats that I haven’t seen him wearing yet. He’s a special breed of human that cares […]

Passive Observations

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 in exe, Thoughts | No Comments
Passive Observations

March 1, 2022.  Blackwell House DEAR MISS FRANCO, I’m compiling new code for my ‘thought experiment’ as you call it. A number of large data set queries that scrape comments and responses to emotionally tackling subjects. Specific words and terms related to sadness. Currently the events accessing these new procedures are completely implausible, or at least […]

Interface Concepts

Posted by on Feb 9, 2016 in Sketchbook | No Comments
Interface Concepts

These aren’t traditional designs for a UI, more of an abstract concept based on some research and thoughts. During creating these I did come up with some ideas involving multi-layered cylinders that might be an interesting development.

Kaleidoscope VR Film Festival

Posted by on Aug 18, 2015 in Events, LoVR | 3 Comments
Kaleidoscope VR Film Festival

Those lovely folk over at Kaleidoscope have selected LoVR to be part of their North American touring VR film festival. The festival is travelling to 10 cities in US & Canada: Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Montreal, Toronto, New York City & Austin. I’ll be attending the New York City event in […]

A Portrait of Ryan Wyatt

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Sketchbook | No Comments
A Portrait of Ryan Wyatt

  This is Ryan, he’s a well renowned chap. As director of the Morrison Planetarium at California Academy of Sciences, he’s directed some of the most breathtaking fulldome films I have experienced. I’ve known him for a number of years now, usually meeting at fulldome festivals around the globe. We have shared a few beers […]

Imersa – The Future of Immersive Media

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Events, Fulldome | No Comments
Imersa – The Future of Immersive Media

I got back from Imersa last week, but now the dust has settled and my feet have thawed, I’m reflecting on an incredible week in Denver. I’m not sure if it was jetlag, the snow or the high altitude, but Imersa felt non-stop. Maybe it was just non-stop. This was the first time I’ve been […]

A Letter to Faith

Posted by on Mar 12, 2015 in Thoughts | No Comments
A Letter to Faith

There’s something special about a hand written letter. A physical connection to words that is lost through email and texting. I don’t think that the digital revolution has left us without soul or emotion, just that there’s an extra level of communication that can be attained through pen on paper. The way the words are […]

Volvox and Tracing Thoughts

Posted by on Feb 5, 2015 in Sketchbook, Thoughts | No Comments
Volvox and Tracing Thoughts

An evening spent wandering on the internet. I like wandering on the internet, it’s kind of like daydreaming in a way. But unlike daydreaming, you can trace your thought process back to where you started. People always comment on the amount of tabs I have open in my Chrome browser. I like keeping lots of […]