Category: Cultural Heritage

VR: AVIE: Antarctica

VR: AVIE: Antarctica

I created a series of stereoscopic (3d) fully immersive cylindrical panoramas at Cape Denison, Antarctica – in and around Mawson’s Huts in 2008. The AVIE (Advanced Visualisation and Interaction Environment) was developed by the iCinema Centre at the University of New South Wales . It is a panoramic 360º stereoscopic immersive environment....

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Bodies in Time: A Sociosemiotics of Funerary Monuments and Sculpture

This is the author resource for my PhD thesis (1994): ‘Bodies in Time: A Sociosemiotics of Funerary Monuments and Sculpture’. The full PDF is available at https://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/50582/ or http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.27096.21766 Degree Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities, Murdoch University Citation Morse, P.E. (1994), Bodies in Time: A Sociosemiotics of Funerary Monuments...

Home of the Blizzard

Updated version 2019 here. Note: Anaglyphic stereo requires red-blue 3D glasses to view. NB. For the simple reason that red=right is a good mnemonic, I authored this in anaglyphic with red on the right, cyan left. Apparently, this is not the convention (I rarely use anaglyphic as it is generally...

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Pharos

I have been fascinated by Lighthouses for many years and have decided to do something about it. This project will develop a fulldome HDR timelapse documentary about Tasmania’s lighthouses. There are many of them in some of the most remarkable, picturesque and remote parts of the island – as well...