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Tagger: An Interactive OSX Application for Data Visualization

A bit of my Ph.D. research in dataviz at the University of Tasmania – presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco (December 15-19 2014), for the Earth and Space Science Informatics Group. Summary: Abstract #6295 ‘Tagger’ – a Mac OS X Interactive Graphical Application for Data Inference...

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Antarctic Heritage: Photogrammetric Reconstructions

A draft model photogrammetric reconstruction of the interior of the Main Hut, Cape Denison, Antarctica.   A draft model photogrammetric reconstruction of the Transit Hut, Cape Denison, Antarctica. The Transit Hut is part of the Cape Denison Historic Site of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (1911-14). Info about the Transit Hut: mawsonshuts.antarctica.gov.au/national-heritage/the-physical-remains/transit-hut This...

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Oculus Rift Experiments

A few experiments (more soon) with Oculus Rift: EXPERIMENT 1: An afternoon and evening faffing around with the Oculus Rift DK1 and Unity 3D, getting a first very rough sketch of my ‘Mawson’s Huts Antarcica VR experience’ working – a test-bed for future work in virtual heritage visualisation. The technology/software...

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Y Water Centre ‘Holographic’ Display (2014)

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, in consultation with the Yea Wetlands Committee & Yea City...

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Computational Geophysics (2013)

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.  

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Phillip Law Interview (2004/2013)

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 – one of the pioneers of Antarctic Science – in...

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Conversations about Paintings

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. We’ve had many interesting discussions over many decades. Anyway, over...

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Sense of Place:: Cape Denison, Antarctica (2011)

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 a reason : it’s about looking and place and time...

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The Super 8 Epics (1977/2013)

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 Teachers College (now Edith Cowan University), where he was Head...

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Dawn Walk, Hinsby Beach

It was a kind of sulphurous dawn, with bush fires on the peninsular. Remarkable.