Current Configuration

Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Fractal Flight, Thoughts | No Comments
Current Configuration

October 10, 1918.  Blackwell Hospital for Criminal Insane DEAR MISS FRANCO, I’ve been thinking about time again recently. Thinking slightly differently. A seed of a thought has germinated and I can’t shake it. Every time I or anyone else mentions anything about the future or past, which is more often than I realised, this thought […]

Haiku Salut and A Memory of What’s Yet To Come

Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 in Sketchbook, Thoughts, Uncategorized | No Comments
Haiku Salut and A Memory of What’s Yet To Come

I remember sitting with Robbie. We’re in a pub. We each have a pint of beer and are waiting to order some baos from Deckhard’s. We’re talking about a project about memory. As our minds dance and we discuss all the other things that we’re working on Robbie mentions Haiku Salut and their Christmas shows. I’ve […]

What do Memories Look Like?

Posted by on Feb 4, 2017 in Thoughts, Uncategorized, Vestige | No Comments
What do Memories Look Like?

Memory is hard to define. It’s hard to describe what it is that you see when you recall a memory. Some memories can be vivid and others lacking in form. During the interview process for vestige I’ve been asking about what you see hear or feel when you recall a memory. I’ve been focusing on […]

DevLab Promo Video

Posted by on Dec 8, 2016 in Events, Thoughts | No Comments
DevLab Promo Video

DevLab is a new initiative from Oculus & Kaleidoscope to support independent VR creators and explore the boundaries of virtual reality as an art form. A month-long program, DevLab has selected leading artists from around the world to incubate new work, seek funding, and create the next wave of great VR experiences. Below is flat-screen […]

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 […]

Blue Pills and Red Specs for Chickens

Posted by on Mar 12, 2015 in Thoughts | No Comments
Blue Pills and Red Specs for Chickens

Should your glance on mornings lovely Lift to drink the heaven’s blue Or when sun, veiled by sirocco, Royal red sinks out of view – Give to Nature praise and honor. Blithe of heart and sound of eye, Knowing for the world of colour Where its broad foundations lie. — Goethe The world of colour […]

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 […]

Love + Immersion

Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Fulldome, LoVR, Thoughts, Vessel | 6 Comments
Love + Immersion

This is an extended version of my presentation at Fulldome UK in November 2014. The presentation is an insight into the cinematic techniques I used to make Vessel and some of the thought processes involved with making an immersive, narrative based film. Vessel is an immersive film I’ve been working on over the past 2 […]

Klänge, Musik und Soundscapes

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015 in Fulldome, Thoughts, Vortex | 2 Comments
Klänge, Musik und Soundscapes

Last year I was contacted by my good friend Jürgen Rienow of Kiel University in Germany to ask if he could use an image from Vortex for their 2014 Yearbook of Immersive Media. The topic for the book was sound and music within immersive spaces so he also asked if I’d write an article on my […]