Category: Museum Display

Visualisation work for Museum Display and exhibition applications

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Virtual South Georgia

What started off as a little zero-budget technical experiment in my spare time inadvertently turned into a bit of an epic. Anyway, I started getting my head around some technical things I wanted to figure out, so it’s all good. Hope you enjoy it. If there are mistakes regarding place...

Visions of Australia: VMI

Synopsis Virtual Macquarie Island (VMI 1.0), is a prototype digital exhibit created in collaboration with TMAG and the Australian Antarctic Program. It is currently on exhibit at TMAG’s Islands to Ice Antarctica gallery. VMI 2.0 will develop a digital touring exhibition, including collaboration with Australian scientific organisations and South Australian,...

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Ghosts of Antarctica

Ghosts of Antarctica 2021UHD 4k , Stereo. Duration: 8:10 Synopsis Ghosts of Antarctica is a reflective short film that brings new life and emotion to the faces of Australian Antarctic scientists and explorers of the Heroic Era in the early Twentieth century. An homage to the remarkable work of pioneering...

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Western Australia from Space

The brand new $396-million-dollar New Museum for Western Australia, opening in 2020, approached me for a visualisation of Western Australia from space, having seen a fulldome sequence from my 4k planetarium movie, Dark. They needed something high-resolution and not too expensive. And not just a screenshot from Google/Bing/etc Earth –...

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Hemispheres of the Mind

‘Hemispheres of the Mind‘ is an immersive fulldome experience exploring cutting-edge computational imaging and simulation of brain structure and activity. A collaboration between Cyrille Favreau (Blue Brain Project EPFL), Sarah Kenderdine (eM+ EPFL) and Peter Morse for ArtLab Infinity Room II 2019, celebrating 50 years of EPFL. “On the occasion...

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Blizzard Redux

Blizzard Redux is a renewal of a work I made in 2007, exploring the stereoscopic photographic record of the 1911-14 Australasian Antarctic Expedition. It’s now on permanent exhibit at TMAG in beautiful full-colour polarised 3D stereo – look for the special theatrette in the Antarctic exhibition. I’ve re-invigorated the work...

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Behind the Technology: Creating the Dome

  In this public lecture Peter Morse discusses the technology and work behind creating the two “Travelling Kungkarangkalpa” fulldome movies for the DomeLab 6-metre digital dome, as part of the ‘Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters’ exhibition at the National Museum of Australia, Sept 2017 – Feb 2018.