Here is the latest batch of Instagram work-in-progress pics (@surface.tensions) for Surface Tensions. I have been experimenting with drawing a small section of the riverbed in VR, also taking images […]
It is the unexpected beauty at the heart of technology’s ability to transform the everyday into the exceptional that keeps me going. Here, for example, is the horseshoe print I […]
This image of some mushrooms near to Stonyford Pond on the heath at Hilltop is made up of individual dots in 3Dspace, each one coloured. So once placed inside a […]
Sometimes out on the heath it does feel as if you are on another planet, in this case with hoof prints embedded in the surface mud.
As soon as you step away from the road, which crosses the heath like a causeway across water, you enter a different time zone: the wood is old and twisted […]
Will need a fish for the play, so I made a quick scan at the fishmongers this morning to see what it might look like in 3D. It was quite […]
This is an initial ‘point cloud’, the first step in capturing the 3D shape of a piece of driftwood, needed for the play. I had it set up on a […]