Formula 1 web app and Augmented Reality

F1 Livery Design
An advanced webgl F1 car livery design web app.
Users can design their own livery for the 2023 F1 Season, and then see their design over a real F1 car in the Red Bull paddock.
Using javascript/webgl/shaders/AWS

Microsoft Head Office Interactive

I was approached and commissioned by Microsoft to design and build an interactive art piece using the Kinect for the Microsoft Head Office Visitor Centre in Seattle. I used two Kinects to gather the visitors 3D data, which allowed the user to interact with a curtain of digital rain.C++, Kinect, Computer vision

Museums, Galleries and Festivals

Museums: Various capacities in delivering museum content; Museums exhibits are generally edutainment, a mix of entertaining and educational, and I enjoy creating them to bring something new to the public. Galleries and Festivals: Below is a gallery of images from Museums, Galleries and Festivals

Glastonbury 2009-2023

Working with Copperdollar, over 12,000 people pass through our coffin doors every season! Lots of fun Kinect VJ’ing and watching and learning from people interact with my installations.

Swire Hong Kong Pacific Place 3D Navigation

Hong Kong Pacific Place shopping mall navigation kiosks. I had 18 months to design and write the software for 12 ergonomic touch desks to help visitors to the largest shopping mall in the world’s navigation in 3D with content management. My role was software architect, designer and engineer using C++ OpenGL, Nokia Qt libraries.

Design Season

I used three.js and microsoft code to develop a javascript based web app allowing visitors to the site to create their own designs.

SIGGRAPH Magic Mirror

The new iteration of the Magic Mirror was exhibited in Boston USA at the SIGGRAPH 2006 Art Gallery, chaired by Bonnie Mitchell.See ‘Magic Mirror‘ for the previous entry. I used a fake wall so that I could mount a projection screen at an equal distance behind the 2-way mirror as the user standing in front of SIGGRAPH Magic Mirror

See below for posts relating to : SIGGRAPH Magic Mirror

    Microsoft Head Office Interactive

    I was approached and commissioned by Microsoft to design and build an interactive art piece using the Kinect for the Microsoft Head Office Visitor Centre in Seattle. I used two Kinects to gather the visitors 3D data, which allowed the user to interact with a curtain of digital rain.C++, Kinect, Computer vision

    Magic Mirror – Rain

    I exhibited a new Magic Mirror entitled ‘Rain’ with the Seaec organised exhibition in Hastings at the beginning of October. Looking into the Magic Mirror results in the appearance of heavy rainfall upon your head and shoulders. The rain splashes off you; moving your hands and head and body create a silhouette in the rainfall. I Magic Mirror – Rain

    SIGGRAPH Magic Mirror

    The new iteration of the Magic Mirror was exhibited in Boston USA at the SIGGRAPH 2006 Art Gallery, chaired by Bonnie Mitchell.See ‘Magic Mirror‘ for the previous entry. I used a fake wall so that I could mount a projection screen at an equal distance behind the 2-way mirror as the user standing in front of SIGGRAPH Magic Mirror