Tag Archives: 3d imaging
Some interesting listening: right click to download/left click to stream It’s a recording of the sound sculptures generated at our recent danceroom Spectroscopy installation at the Barbican. It’s a gentle, ambient sound that ebbs, flows, and washes over you. I’ve been … Continue reading
So here’s a funny thing for a scientist to announce… My premier on the London arts scene! It takes place over the 3rd-4th November at the Barbican Arts Centre! The interactive quantum dynamics project that I dreamed up almost two … Continue reading
I did a little interview for Nature Chemistry the other day… discussing science, literature, music, and everything in between… good fun! have a look here.
QualComm got wind of danceroom Spectroscopy, and commissioned me to write a piece about ‘uncanny valley’ effects in motion capture video gaming… it was really fun to write: read the article here!