Category: Visualisation

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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Heritage Visualisation on iPhone

Mawson’s Huts Interactive Guide on iPhone An experimental iPhone app for heritage visualisation. Prototype implementation in conjunction with Paul Bourke. It consists of a 3D model of Mawson’s Hut (Antarctica) populated with 6 high resolution full spherical panoramic images from key positions on the exterior and interior of the hut. A...

Sea Surface Temperature & Height Anomalies Visualisation (2010)

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 are derived from satellite data

AR: AVIARy

AR: AVIARy

Audio Visual Interactive Augmented Reality (AVIARy) Sonification using Augmented Reality techniques. An overview of the the Ozviz 2004 presentation and system specification can be found here: AVIARy: Morse, Barrass, Barrass, Adcock, Jacob (2004) :  Video: What you see is a stage with four “consumers” sitting around a dinner table (bottom left)....

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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...

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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...

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...