Virtual Reality and 360 degree video project.

Brief history of VR 1835 Sir Charles Wheatstone describes “stereopsis” Sir Charles Wheatstone conducted research into binocular vision. This research displayed how the brain mixes two photographs, one per eye, of an object taken from different angles to add depth to the imagery and give a sense of realism. The process that your eyes goContinue reading “Virtual Reality and 360 degree video project.”

AR project

Research Case study 1: Pyrus – Burn Holograms. (Research sourced from https://www.bestfolios.com/casestudy/pyrus:burnholograms) Pyrus is a healthcare company that use AR, VR, MR another useful technology to develop and use tools that supplements the healthcare industry. In December 2017 they produced a product which focused on visualising burns. By this I mean that they developed aContinue reading “AR project”

Campaign project – Video and Photos

I was set the task of completing a video campaign of my choice and undergoing means of pre-production, production and post-production and recording the process. Stimulating concepts To stimulate ideas, I decided to brainstorm my initial ideas onto a mind map, I was inspired by topics of things that are personally close to my heartContinue reading “Campaign project – Video and Photos”

Readability, Legibility and Hierarchy – Brief 6

Understanding the terminology I was set the task of curating concept ideas of typographic that display these three words (Readability, Legibility and Hierarchy). The first step of initiating the process of creating these typographics was to make sure I understood what the terms mean when they are applied to the context of typography. Readability –Continue reading “Readability, Legibility and Hierarchy – Brief 6”

Typography – Brief 5

We were tasked with the brief to create a ‘Typographic Information Graphic‘ A4 size. Step one consisted of reading the blog by Wendy Corbett titled ‘Lets talk about fonts’ as linked below: https://wendycorbettdigital.com/2020/07/31/lets-talk-about-fonts/ and from reading through this blog I configured a mind map including the information that I learnt about typography. This mind mapContinue reading “Typography – Brief 5”

Projection mapping research – CNU’s Campaign case study.

Christopher Newport University’s (CNU) Campaign finals Location: Newport, VA, USA List of gear used in this projection project: Christie 4k30 boxersPandoras Box media servers16 projectors Produced by: Christopher Newport University – Amie Graham Dale Quince Imaging Team:Project Lead- Eric Gazzillo Multimedia Director- Katie Wilson 3D Modeling- Dave Glanz Projectionists- Anthony Magdon, Evan Doss Media ServerContinue reading “Projection mapping research – CNU’s Campaign case study.”

Mise en scene

French meaning: ‘placing on the stage.’ Mise en scene includes everything that you see within a frame, this may include: Costume/props – communicate a personality or role of a character. Acting – communicates the intended characteristics and traits to accompany the narrative. Lighting – high-key and low-key lighting can represent good and bad, happy andContinue reading “Mise en scene”

Calendar photos – adding typography to reach my final images.

Now that the editing of my images was done, it was time to add typography to my images, following the theme of calendar photos, I decided to use month names as the text I was adding, below I have shown the before and after of adding the typography to my images and explained what IContinue reading “Calendar photos – adding typography to reach my final images.”

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