1. This project displayed is part of a research at UBC, Vancouver Canada.
    This dome is part of a research of SAT - Montreal, Canada

    As you can see I LOVE travelling :) (and no, I'm not Canadian, I'm Brazilian)

    For more details:

    # vimeo.com/3170094 Uploaded 712 Plays / / 2 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  2. Winner of the Domefest 2008 domie award for "Best use of Dome"

    Taken from the ASTRONAUT Fulldome film created by NSC creative, copyright National Space Centre, UK.

    CG rendered at 3600x3600 pixels for viewing in a Fulldome, immersive environment.

    The piece aims to re-create the experience of an Astronaut's G-force training prior to going into space.

    Computer Animation: Paul Mowbray
    Music: Pip Greasley

    HD version with circular fisheye image set in a 1280x720 frame here: vimeo.com/1766034

    You don't seem to be able to get 1:1 square HD content on vimeo yet.

    # vimeo.com/1765310 Uploaded 1,866 Plays / / 3 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. Hi all,

    This is a short piece entitled Second City. It was shot for the fulldome format, thus the fisheye look, and is made for display on a museum or planetarium dome. This version is presented it the raw dome master format which is just under 4k x 4k in resolution. I also uploaded a 16:9 HD version.

    Second City had its debut in Chicago at the annual DomeFest fulldome festival in July of '08. It took home the Harmony Channel Award for Best Fulldome Mood-Elevating Visual Music. All the images were shot using a Nikon D40x and a Sunex 185 degree fisheye lens. The music is entitled "Time Lapse" and was composed by Colin Willsher.

    # vimeo.com/1661019 Uploaded 659 Plays / / 3 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  4. Quote: The 6dF Galaxy Survey has collected more than 120,000 redshifts over the southern sky over a 5 year period from 2001 to 2005. Its goal is to map our southern view of the local universe, and use the peculiar motions of one-tenth of the survey to measure galaxy mass. It covers more than eight times the sky area of the successful 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey.


    Visualisation: Paul Bourke

    Audio: Peter Morse, Glenn Rogers

    Galaxy textures: Duncan Forbes, Space Telescope Science Institute, NASA, Hubble Deep Field

    Data: Anglo-Australian Observatory, 6dF data date: June 2006.


    Computing: Single Mac G5 (WASP, University of Western Australia)

    Length: 2 min 20 sec.

    Frames: Fisheye projections, 3600x3600 pixels at 30 fps.

    Rendering: Locally developed software tools for rendering, animation, stitching, compositing, effects.

    # vimeo.com/1010325 Uploaded 943 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. A short preview version of the fulldome movie "Frozen in Time."

    What you see here is a 400x400 pixel web version, stereo audio - ~80MB in h.264. The 4k fulldome version is about 200GB.

    The image is circular because it is in equi-azimuthal fisheye projection - meaning that it is designed to be projected onto a large hemispherical dome surface surrounding the viewer.

    You have to imagine that the azimuth of the dome is the centre of the image, the bottom of the image lies straight ahead of you and the top and left/right fills your peripheral vision to completely immerse you in the scene.

    The original is available at 3200/3600/4096 resolution, 5.1 surround sound, 30fps - creating a startling immersive introduction to the Cape Denison environment.

    Produced, Directed, Visualisation and Audio by Peter Morse, with thanks to Paul Bourke (Western Australian Supercomputer Project (WASP), UWA); Pete Wheeler & Carley Tillett (Horizon): Horizon - the Planetarium at Scitech.

    Especial thanks to the Mawson's Huts Foundation (David Jensen and Rob Easther) and the Australian Antarctic Division (Bruce Hull) for making it all possible.

    ©Peter Morse 2008 petermorse.com.au

    # vimeo.com/1618365 Uploaded 2,849 Plays / / 2 Comments Watch in Couch Mode



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