Beacon / Batavia related
Virtual reality video contribution to IEEE VR 2018: the 25th IEEE Conference on
Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces March 18-22, 2018, Reutlingen, Germany.
Contributions to Batavia: Giving Voice to the Voiceless.
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The University of Western Australia, 7 October - 9 December 2017
p a n o r a m a.
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The University of Western Australia. 3 May - 12 July 2014
I can't smell mothballs. Because it is so hard to get their little legs apart.
Contributions to Mandurah Performing Arts Centre dome exhibition. Mandurah, 12 Oct 2017.
Ngintaka exhibition. The South Australia Museum, 2014
iDome exhibition in Doha.
Innovation showcase at the 2013 WISH (World Innovation Summit for Health) forum.
The "Expanding sphere of innovation @ CityU". Hong Kong 2013
Exhibition by: City University of Hong Kong (CityU)
Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment (ALiVE). 2012.
Wollongong Science Centre iDome Exhibit.
Interactive installation at the Wollongong Science Centre largely
using 360 degree footage from the LadyBug-3 camera. 2009
Some people can read a musical score and in their minds hear the music....
Others can see, in their mind's eye, great beauty and structure in
certain mathematical functions....Lesser folk, like me, need to
hear music played and see numbers rendered to appreciate their
Stereoscopic, VR related
Virtual Immersion. Simulating Immersive Experiences in VR.
Virtual reality video contribution to
IEEE VR 2018: the 25th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces
March 18-22, 2018, Reutlingen, Germany.
Autostereoscopic lenticular prints for data visualisation.
Capture of Omni-Directional Stereoscopic Panoramic Images.
Siggraph Asia. Hong Kong 2013.
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.
Design and installation of VROOM at Melbourne Museum. Was called "Virtual Containment Vessel".
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.
Passive stereo projection.
Discussion of passive stereoscopic projection while installing theatre at the Parkes
Radio Telescope. 2000.
Augmented stereographic panoramas of the Vijayanagara, India. 2008.
Supercomputer simulation of Nano-Molecular Motors.
Stereoscopic presentation. 2005.
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.
I used to think that the brain was the greatest organ in the human body,
then I realized,"Hey! Look what's telling me that!"
3D reconstruction related
Photography based 3D reconstruction for archaeology and heritage recordings.
eResearch Australasia. Oct 2015.
Development of Digital Techniques for Open Pit Mapping, Coolgardie, Western Australia.
SEG 2014: Building Exploration Capability for the 21st Century. Colorado, USA. September 2014.
Contributions to Songlines Exhibition.
National Museum of Australia, Canberra. September 2017.
Automatic reconstruction of 3D geometry from photographs.
eResearch Australasia Conference 2012, Sydney, October 2012.
We must be clear that, when it comes to atoms, language can be used only as in poetry.
OzViz, eResearch, APAC
OzViz 2015: Glasses free stereoscopic presentation: A selective review.
Two posters at OzViz 2013. Melbourne, December 2013.
OzViz 2012. Visualisation image exhibition. December 2012.
OzViz 2011. Visualisation image exhibition. November 2011.
Visualisation showreel coinciding with the OzViz forum hosting at Monash University.
OzViz 2008. Visualisation image exhibition. December 2008.
Poster at Poster at OzViz 2008. December 2008.
OzViz 2003: Virtual ROOM.
eResearch Australasia Visualisation Challenge. 2009.
Exploiting our sense of touch for scientific visualisation.
Poster for iVEC eResearch Forum, February 2008.
APAC07. Visualisation image exhibition. 2007.
Computers are useless. They can only give you answers. Pablo Picasso
"Crystal ball" photography.
University of Western Australia campus and the Victoria Park photographic competition. 2012.
Images from movies contributed to the CSIRO "simulations fest" (2011).
Pausiris mummy exhibition. MONA (Museum of New and Old Art) Hobart. 2011
EON: Eye of Nagaur.
Visualising the inner life of Ahhichatragarh Fort at Nagaur, Rajasthan. 2009.
ASKAP exhibition by SPICE.
Panoramic and interactive digital exhibits. 2008.
Deep Space: between body and cosmos.
Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, 23 July - 31 August 2006.
Visualisation show reel for the AUC anniversary. 2004.
Animations produced from the visible human database.
Installed in 1999 for the human body exhibit at the Melbourne Museum. 1999.
Exhibition automation capabilities built into MacOSX.
(Historical interest only).
Science creates Art.
Cover image for the annual report cover for the
Mental Health Research Institute of Victoria, 1997-1998.
The prolonged application of polysyllabic vocabulary infallibly
exercises a deleterious influence on the fecundity of expression,
rendering the ultimate tendency apocryphal. Anon
( Index )
( All pages )
Papers, Articles, Seminars, Workshops
Data Formats: 3D, Audio, Image
Geometry, Surfaces, Curves, Polyhedra
Fractals, Chaos, Self similarity
Domes, Planetariums, Fisheye, Spherical mirror
Stereographics, 3D projection
Miscellaneous: Projection, Modelling, Rendering
Fun, Puzzles, Travel,
3D volumetric fractal trajectories --
Estimating true resolution of fulldome projection systems --
Estimating fractal dimension of point datasets --
ffmpeg and convert (imagemagick) crib sheet --
Maths for Omni-Directional Stereoscopic Panoramas --
Fisheye lens rectification --
How do Cortical Dynamics Organize an Anatomy of Cognition? --
Format of Holter ECG files --
EqualAngle Cubemaps (EAC)
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