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Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The University of Western Australia, 3 May - 12 July 2014

Virtual environment based upon Beacon Island

Virtual environment based upon rock shelters

Virtual tour of exhibition at ECU Art Gallery.

Fun with a drone

Q: What do you get when you cross a cow with an octopus?
A: A visit from the ethics committee and immediate withdrawal of your funding.

Ngintaka exhibition, South Australia Museum

Pausiris mummy exhibition
MONA (Museum of New and Old Art) Hobart.

Anthology: The Art and Science of Insight in Research
Art work by Karina Nunez.

Art work by Karina Nunez.

Virtual tour of a Pilbara Rock Art Site (Wanmanna), West Australia

Short description of novel capture for heritage objects, sites, and cultural events.

EON: Eye of Nagaur
Visualising the inner life of Ahhichatragarh Fort at Nagaur, Rajasthan. Conceived by Sarah Kenderdine and Jeffrey Shaw, application by Paul Bourke.

No animals were harmed in the creation of this web page, however a large number of electrons were extremely inconvenienced.

Digital Fulldome productions and installations
Photographic gallery of Dome Installations
Largely using the so called "mirrordome" approach developed by the author that uses a spherical mirror rather than a fisheye lens.

Plant Energy Biology

iDome exhibition in the innovation showcase at the 2013 WISH (World Innovation Summit for Health) forum.

Dark - A Fulldome production explains and explores the nature of Dark Matter, the missing 80% of the mass of the Universe. (2012)
Distributed internationally. Peter Morse, Paul Bourke, Alan Duffy, Cathie Travers, Trevor Hilton, Carley Tillett.

iJiao exhibition (2011)
Exhibition by: City University of Hong Kong (CityU), Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment (ALiVE).

iDome exhibition as part of the "Expanding sphere of innovation @ CityU". (2013).

Wollongong Science Centre iDome Exhibit, 2008
Interactive installation at the Wollongong Science Centre largely using 360 degree footage from the LadyBug-3 camera.

Volume visualisation under the Dome, October 2009 *
Fulldome show reel of volume visualisation datasets. Ajay Limaye, Tim Senden, Alexander Mitchell, Paul Bourke.
Digital Visualisation in the Dome.
Presentation at Horizon - The Planetarium. November 2008. Presenters: Peter Morse, Paul Bourke, Carley Tillett. Contributors: Karen Haines, Ajay Limaye, Glenn Rogers

Treasures of the Great Barrier Reef, November 2008
Fulldome video based upon underwater fisheye photography by Karen Haines. Audio by Peter Morse and Trevor Hilton

Artforms Of Nature: A New Way Of Seeing, October 2008. *
Ajay Limaye, Peter Morse, Paul Bourke.

Fulldome Geometry Series: Part 1, October 2007. *
Paul Bourke, Peter Morse.

6dF Galaxy Survey: Beyond the Crux, October 2006. *
Paul Bourke, Peter Morse, Glenn Rogers.

Digital Art Show
Portable Planetarium. Graphite (ACM Siggraph), Dunedin Nov/Dec 2005.

Fulldome animation of a flight over the surface of Mars based upon the 1/32 degree topology data from MOLA.
Created for SkySkan for the planetarium show "Infinity Express". October 2000.

Cosmological Simulation, October 2005. *
Paul Bourke, Evan Hallein, Dr Chris Power.

* Contributions to the ASTC (Association of Science and Technology Centers) Fulldome Video Showcase by Spitz Inc.

ASKAP Walk About

ASKAP exhibition by SPICE
Panoramic and interactive digital exhibits

POVRay competitions
Short Code Contest - Round 5. The animation competition. (2008)
Fractal Raytracing Contest. Variation of the SCC limited to fractal objects. (2007)
Short Code Contest - Round 4. Maximum of 256 characters. (2006)
SuperShapes. Variation of the SCC limited to supershapes. (2006)
Short Code Contest - Round 3. Maximum of 256 characters. (2004)

A Slice of Light
A digital interactive performance. Hellen Sky, Garth Paine, Brandon Hur, Paul Bourke

"Who you gonna believe, me or your eyes?" Groucho Marx

Deep Space: between body and cosmos
Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, 23 July - 31 August 2006. Hellen Sky, Paul Bourke

(Other) Visualisation showreels and competitions
OzViz 2012
Visualisation image exhibition.

Images from movies contributed to the CSIRO "simulations fest" (2011)

OzViz 2011
Visualisation image exhibition.

eResearch Australasia Visualisation Challenge 2009 (Finalist)

OzViz 2009
Visualisation showreel coinciding with the OzViz 2009 forum hosting at Monash University.

OzViz 2008
Contributors: Leslie Almberg, David Barnes, Drew Berry, Paul Bourke, Ajay Limaye, Peter Morse, Toby Potter, Elizabeth Stark, Lister Staveley-Smith, Kate Trinajstic, James Wright.

Poster at OzViz2008

APAC07 (2007)
Conveners: Paul Bourke, Drew Whitehouse

Stereoscopic showreel at the Graphite 2004 Electronic Theatre International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and Southeast Asia.
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 15-18 June 2004. Paul Bourke, Drew Whitehouse, Warik Lawrence, Peter Morse, Sarah Kenderdine

Visualisation show reel for the AUC anniversary, 2004.

Animations produced from the visible human database. (1999)
Installed in 1999 for the human body exhibit at the Melbourne Museum.

UWA @ SecondLife
A photographic gallery of the University of Western Australia's venture into SecondLife.

Stereoscopic exhibitions/productions
PLACE-HAMPI | augmented stereographic panoramas of the Vijayanagara, India

Photographic gallery of Stereoscopic Installations
Various, mostly passive (polaroid based) stereoscopic projection systems and associated hardware.

Stereoscopic installation TMAG
Stereoscopic installation and image processing for the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Islands to Ice, the Great Southern Ocean & Antarctica. Opened 8 March 2006. Peter Morse, Paul Bourke

Virtual ROOM
Design and installation of VROOM at Melbourne Museum. Was called "Virtual Containment Vessel". November 2003

To Mars and Beyond.
Stereoscopic theatre and movie installed as part of a space exploration exhibit at the Australia National Museum in 2001 followed by Melbourne Museum in 2003.

Supercomputer simulation of Nano-Molecular Motors (2005)
Stereoscopic presentation. Alexe Bojovschi, Paul Bourke, Ming Liu, Richard Sadus, Music: Tu Cam Le

A small rear projection stereoscopic system
A VPAC (Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing) project. Paul Bourke and David Bannon, April-October 2002

Passive stereo projection
Discussion of passive stereoscopic projection while installing theatre at the Parkes Radio Telescope. 2000.

Exhibition automation capabilities built into MacOSX

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