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A less than in-depth look at depth

Mentally I’m standing at a chalkboard writing again and again “3D is not a gimmick. . .3D is not a gimmick.”

Before Oculus Rift or Avatar, 3D to me meant red and blue blurry videos and the one 3D Spy Kids movie where the kid reaches his arm out into your face and it the previews showed audiences leaping out of their seats and throwing up popcorn in surprise and delight. 386 more words



Here’s some abstract photographs I took last year looking at subjects in a unique and minimalist perception.

Piano Strings – I Love the subtle blue color hidden behind the strings. 73 more words


Teleportation Machine That Works Through Destructive Scanning And 3D Printing

The Hasso Plattner Institute has created an actual teleportation machine. The concept of teleportation suggests the movement of an object from one location to another location, perhaps through the disassembly and reassembly of atoms or other similarly impossible means. 78 more words


Untitled Wonders of the Semi-Organic World.

Mandebulb 3D, Un-Retouched

I was having a dickens of a time trying to control the pixilation on this piece. And while it still has some in all the wrong places, I figured I’m being way too critical of the piece on the whole. 62 more words


Camera Projection

Using a photograph I captured in paris and with Nukes 3D and roto tools I turned the photo into a projected image so as to create the effect that you are moving through the scene. 62 more words

Roto/Compositing Work

3D Comp -First module

For our first little assignment we had to cut modules of paper together in a similar shape. Next we had the Gestalt Principles we learned about, which are Proximity, Similarity, Continuity, Repetition, Containment, Closure. 68 more words