We did it. Our Project titled “Bowwave” presented at this years Beakerhead where art meets science went off with a resounding success. Our team of talented Artists, Engineers, Lighting Experts, Engineers and Musicians brought our concept to fruition. Our inital goal was to utilize some ancient circuits and button pads from an old science centre […]
A Few years ago I stumbled on some interesting sites that used GLSL programs to create some neat visuals. A bit of an introduction. There’s many libraries for making graphics in computers but one that has been around for quite a while and is used in many places is called OpenGL. It takes care of […]
I got a last minute invitation to do visuals at beaker head. The NEST dome guys from Montreal that were out at motion notion this summer were being brought to town to showcase the full dome. Time was tight so we only ended up jamming for an hour while Essete played some nice beats. Was […]
Here’s the stage at Fozzy Fest 2015 that I helped put together. I was too beat from the extensive setup that I didn’t have the energy for doing visuals, luckily we had other people to help out.
To be able to keep up with rendering 2k or 4k video I decided I needed a new computer. Laptop’s weren’t really cutting it these days, I can’t put new Nvidia cards into them. Plus mac’s are overpriced for what they contain. I’ve been following along with mackintosh’s for awhile and even managed to […]
It’s been awhile (3 years) since the first raspberry pi, the $35 computer, came on the scene. Three years is a pretty long cycle not to have any major significant change in the computer industry . Sure they doubled the ram and added a few usb ports over the year, but original processor that drives […]
The Big List of Projects Spanning over a decade from intimate parties to large multistage festivals. Here’s the ones I can remember, I helped out with many other crews so quite a few are missing 😉 2000 – 2016 – Motion Notion – VJ 2010-2016 – Bash on the Bow – VJ, Sound , […]
Here is some great new prints utilizing slic3r’s spiral vase mode. Printed on an i3 Wilson using diamond age translucent blue filament at .2mm layer height and .5 mm layerwidth with 1 perimeter and 3 bottoms using a Jhead .35 nozzle
Here’s my latest attempt at replicating a real object. The original was a beautiful hand crafted copper and enamelled skull by Markus Michel. This was done using an iPhone, Catch 123D, Meshmixer, Blender, Slic3r, Pronterface and Smoothieboard on my RepRap Wilson 3D Printer.
Here’s some recent table numbers I designed and manufactured with the help of my CNC. These were for the Lake House Restaurant by CRMR