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Commissioned work by the Y Water Centre (FB), Yea, Victoria. Made for Yea Wetlands: (FB). Direction, Production, 3D & 2D Visualisation/HDR time-lapse/video & CGI/Audio by Peter Morse Storyboards & 2D Character Animation by Tony Thorne Script by Anna Housego & Peter Morse, […]
My current research, as a Poster. It’s provisional, but here’s the idea: Things are, of course, evolving and changing over time. A moving target. Honing in.
Philip Law Interview – The Antarctic Landscape – 2004 from Peter Morse on Vimeo. This is part of an interview – the rest is to be restored to stereoscopic 3D. I had the great privilege of talking to Philip Law […]
My father is a painter – a landscape painter – and he has done this for most of his life (and all my life) – and, naturally, he’s had a strong impact upon the way I think about things visually. […]
Sense of Place:: Cape Denison, Antarctica from Peter Morse on Vimeo. Centrepiece: Cape Denison Triptych The centrepiece of a triptych video installation I made with Chris Henderson in 2011. WARNING: it is 33 minutes long and very slow – for […]
In the late 1970’s, when I was still a kid, I really got into making Super 8 movies – and learning all about stop-motion animation and special-effects (well, in-camera ones!) My Dad borrowed various cameras for me from Mount Lawley […]
One of my great passions, having been involved in building a base in Antarctica – at Cape Dension, Commonwealth Bay – is sustainable environmentally-friendly architecture. The great lesson I learnt in this process is that it could be relatively inexpensive […]
DARK is a fulldome movie that explains and explores the nature of Dark Matter, the missing 80% of the mass of the Universe. The search for Dark Matter is the most pressing astrophysical problem of our time – the solution to which will help […]
Support materials for an Australia Council application ‘Dark Matter Aesthetics.’ Regrettably, it didn’t ‘get up’ – but it’s beautiful anyway. Music Lux Aeterna by Gyorgy Ligeti.
A 3-minute visualisation of the ice-free regions of Antarctica commissioned by the Australian Antarctic Division for the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting XXXV. These regions are home to the terrestrial biodiversity of the Antarctic continent, but cover only 0.41% of the […]
A 4 minute preview of the 20 minute ‘Jangurna Story’ – a fulldome movie exploring indigenous stories of the night sky around the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. This story – concerning ‘Jangurna’ (The Emu) has been told by community […]
In December 2011 the Syn[a] Group, in concert with AARnet and the TSO, ran a 5 day workshop at the University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music, where we visualised the biometric data of musical performers and transmitted this over high-bandwidth […]
I’ve been commissioned by the Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre of Carnarvon, Western Australia, to produce a fulldome program that illustrates elements of Indigenous Australian astronomy. This will feature visualizations displayed upon a looping program that runs in a […]
I arrived at the Banff Centre for the 2011 Adventure Fimmakers’ Workshop a couple of nights ago – after a very long flight from Hobart, Tasmania. As I was travelling with Qantas, I guess I was pretty lucky to get […]
R&D in astrocinematography of the the southern skies, using various motion-control camera systems we’ve developed. Environmental cinematography (landscape, skyscape, seascape, celestial) and immersive imaging in remote (and often difficult) places creates specific challenges in developing hardware and software platforms to […]
Syn[a] is a group of creative people (artists/inventors/engineers/scientists) developing and experimenting with systems to visualize and sonify the biometric data of an orchestral performance over ultra-high-bandwidth networks. We have lots of experience, lots of ideas and will make new things. […]
Visualization of a 2000-year-old Egyptian Mummy – Peter Morse & Paul Bourke We first started working upon the idea of visualizing one of the Egyptian Mummies from the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA, Tasmania) collection in 2007, when […]
Shot at Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania, Australia. Basically a test of our self-designed-and-built motion-contolled (moco) camera tracking system, using a Canon 5D MkII, with custom intervalometer. This is genuine HDR using triple exposure (-2,0,2 f-stops) aperture-controlled with moco synchronisation. […]
A couple of experiments as I figure out how to get SCARI working. Basically, this involved getting the brilliant Kinect Unity3D OpenNI wrapper demo by Amir working on my Mac Pro. It was very straight-forward, following his instructions (thanks Amir!) […]
An attempt to explain some of the ideas behind ‘The Ice Museum’ fulldome movie. This was made for the ISVRI 2011 conference in Singapore, where it is being presented by my collaborator, Paul Bourke. The audience is, of course, a […]
A slightly humorous test (but it’s all true!) using the new iMovie Trailer feature to, well, create a trailer for the making-of documentary about ‘The Ice Museum’ – my in-progress fulldome feature. The serious overview explaining some of the ideas […]
A brief (4min 30sec) previsualization of some sequences for my forthcoming fulldome feature ‘The Ice Museum’ (2012) – a documentary about the intellectual origins of Antarctic science and the people who made it possible. (This project is currently on hold.) […]
A brief overview of our proposed (but under development) Sullivan’s Cove Augmented Reality Interface. This is one outcome of our Geeks-in-Residence program with the Salamanca Arts Centre and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. It will be tied-in to the development of […]
A presentation of the Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML). It covers the Antarctic marine science and discoveries of CAML, a part of the global Census of Marine Life (CoML) during the International Polar Year (IPY) 2007-2008/9 The movie was […]
The three-dimensional world that we live in – the buildings, the spaces – are an information-rich interface that can be augmented with interactive digital media – across a variety of platforms from the mobile screen to the huge stereoscopic3D screen. […]
Frozen in Time: Mawson’s Huts, Antarctica. (2008) from Peter Morse on Vimeo. ‘Frozen in Time,’ the first ever fulldome movie shot in Antarctica will be showing at the Melbourne International Film Festival on Friday August 6th 2010. It is showing […]
A concept visualisation for a Hobart Fulldome cinema and visualisation centre, along the Hobart waterfront at Sullivan’s Cove. Two simple platonic shapes for a platonic concept – of course, I would expect architects to do much better – but it […]
Peter Rasmussen Innovation Award 2010, 57th Sydney Film Festival from Peter Morse on Vimeo. 2010 PETER RASMUSSEN INNOVATION AWARD WINNER The Peter Rasmussen Innovation Award, now in its second year, was awarded to Peter Morse and announced at the closing […]
This came out of the blue – a radio interview with Michael Veitch on 936 ABC Hobart. A nice, intelligent man who asked interesting questions: hopefully a conversation that will develop. Anyway, here’s the audio: Peter Morse i-v
Some months ago I attended a workshop held by the CEAMARC group of the Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML), held at the Australian Antarctic Division. It provided me with a fascinating overview of the extensive activities of both CAML […]
Mawson’s Huts Interactive Guide on iPhone An experimental iPhone app for heritage visualisation. A simple two-digit navigation system is demonstrated for interactive realtime walkthrough of Mawson’s Huts, Antarctica, using the Unity game engine. Users can explore the interior and […]
HD Timelapse cloud sequences from Cape Denison, Antarctica. We often forget to look above ourselves towards the sky. This is a movie about doing that – in Antarctica – at one of the most remote places upon the Earth: Cape […]
Some experiments using Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and Sea Surface Height Anomaly (SSHA) data to create visualisations of the global ocean. The emphasis is upon the Southern hemisphere, looking at ocean circulation around Antarctica. Created by Peter Morse and […]
A high-speed overview of visualisation activities I undertook during the 2009-2010 Mawson’s Huts Expedition to Cape Denison, Antarctica. A screen version of the talk presented at the MHF seminar at the Australian Museum, Sydney, 18 March 2010.
During the 2009-10 Expedition I shot a series of vlogs capturing some of the main events of the season – admixed with some light polar humour. The vlog was commissioned and sponsored by Telstra International and is available on their […]
Ocean (2009) from Peter Morse on Vimeo. A visualisation of the global ocean derived from the GEBCO dataset. Rendered at 4k Fulldome resolution. This is an excerpt from ongoing work – there is so much to do with this and […]
A short overview of work-in-progress visualising the GEBCO dataset (General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans) The visualisation involved developing a derived dataset from GEBCO in reference to WGS’84, where we have effectively ‘removed’ the entire Earth – all the continents, […]