This site (which is very much in-progress) showcases a variety of experimental visualization projects that focus on ways to use the still photograph to generate 3D data. The results of such activity can then be used to create immersive video experiences about real things, particularly architecture and landscape scenes.
One example, is that when I met the artist/architects, Arakawa + Gins, I was impressed by their profound understanding of space in relation to the human body. Later, when I visited Bioscleave, Lifespan Extending Villa, I realized that the visual toolset I was assembling, was an ideal vehicle for representing and further exploring that vision. The resulting project, Architecture Against Mortality – Modeling Along, extends the discursive space of their work as an immersive and portable experience.
My intent in presenting such approaches to site-specific capture and visualization, is to connect with potential collaborators from varied disciplines including architecture, advertising, scientific visualization, visual effects, and online publishing, or anyone who is interested in picturing content in elegant and informative new ways.
Much of the conceptual thinking behind this work comes from looking at early visual media and especially the origins of photographically recorded cinema, and discovering ways to reimagine and recast those historical practices in the context of new media.
Note: At the moment I’m simultaneously working on two sites. Whereas this site is directed towards collaboration, the other is a fine art site:
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