Category: video

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DomeLab

Pre-Viz of the ARC-funded DomeLab 4k fulldome installation at the Michael Crouch Innovation Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. This is an accurate simulation I made based upon supplied engineering diagrams and CAD building models. It differs in that the actual dome has curtains around it to darken the...

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DARK (2012)

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 us understand why the Universe is as it is, where...

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Ice-Free Antarctica: Visualization (2012)

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 continental territory – the rest is ice. Of the 50850km2...

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Heritage Visualisation on iPhone

Mawson’s Huts Interactive Guide on iPhone [vimeo id=”10837812″ w=”600″ h=”340″]   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 exterior of Mawson’s Huts and a...

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Antarctic Clouds (2010) HD

HD Timelapse cloud sequences from Cape Denison, Antarctica. [vimeo id=”10724744″ w=”600″ h=”340″] 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 Denison. It’s an idea in collaboration:...

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Sea Surface Temperature & Height Anomalies Visualisation (2010)

[vimeo id=”10662251″ w=”600″ h=”340″]   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 Ben Raymond (Australian Antarctic Division.) Images...

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MHF 2009-10 Video Blogs

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 website as well as via the MHF vimeo channel. A...

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Visualising GEBCO: A new way of seeing the global oceans (2009)

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, islands and geology above and below sea level. What remains...