As part of a Storyhunters installation, we created these masks for Deer Shed festival. They’re backwards virtual reality, so instead of wearing them, the masks hang on the wall (or in this case obelisk) and you look through their eyes. Using Google Cardboard and a phone you then see into an animated 3D scene. All…
Early animation test of YouTube 360 – created using a 360 degree camera in 3DSMax and Vray.
Tech test using Oculus and projection. I’m projecting what I can see through the headset, back on myself. Obviously it successfully makes me look like an idiot. 🙂
This Raspberry Pi experiment uses Adafruit’s capacitive hat to allow input via a connected circuit. By touching the water you complete the circuit and trigger the sounds which were created in Cubase.
Crow illustration made freehand on Cintiq. Image shows full picture and detail.
Here’s some music from earlier in the year.
Self published two novels. Afterloop http://www.amazon.co.uk/Afterloop-Jaims-Brown/dp/1471786218 and Ultraverse http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ultraverse-Andrew-J-Brown-ebook/dp/B00NLKPVZU Currently working on another one set in viking Jorvik. Here’s the trailer for Afterloop. Haven’t really tried promoting Ultraverse which I wrote with Joseph B Collins and is by far the better book if you’re going to read one.
Playing with EL Paper in photo frame. This stuff can be cut but I’m just using a circular panel behind an image inkjet printed on transparency paper. It runs off a 9v battery. Annoyingly though it does seem to like to emit a really high pitched whine. Mostly this stuff seems to get used for…
A bit of a more in depth go at Sketchpad on the Galaxy Note 2. This is my dog Poppy.
The Odious Tale of Hulla Balloo and Them Strange Things are available on Lulu. http://www.lulu.com/shop/andrew-j-brown/the-odious-tale-of-hulla-balloo/paperback/product-20529040.html http://www.lulu.com/shop/andrew-j-brown/them-strange-things/paperback/product-20529046.html Published through Lulu which is a great service, quality is acceptable and the process is good, but the customer service is outstanding. This is an ongoing project to develop a suite of books, partly as a learning exercise in…
An illustration from a proposal last year that was developed in a different way. Kinda fun. He was developed after a brainstorm with a bunch of nine year olds. They wanted him to have flapjack in his ears.
Some original imagery for the very first Storyhunters stuff we did. Most of these ended up as flyers for the first show. These were all taken at the Louvre.