Posts Tagged ‘stereoscopic’

FlatWorld: The Mixed Reality Simulation Space (2001-2005)

Starting in 2001, I oversaw the design and development of the FlatWorld project at the Institute for Creative Technologies. FlatWorld is a mixed reality simulation environment merging cinematic stagecraft techniques with immersive media technology. In many virtual reality systems, users are required to wear head mounted displays that restrict a person’s freedom to physically move […]

Duran Duran Collaboration: Immersive Video and Audio Concert Recording (2001)

Duran Duran’s March 2001 “Close Up” tour concert in Anaheim, California featured the first fully immersive video and audio recording of a live rock concert. Specialized cameras and microphones were used to create an audio visual experience that surrounds the viewer in 360 degrees. The excitement of a Duran Duran live concert was captured through […]

Santiago 2000 (1999)

From May 1998 – August 1999, I worked as a project manager with Georgia Tech’s Virtual Environments Group and the Technological Research Institute of the University of Santiago de Compostela in developing the hardware and software for the Santiago 2000 project.  Santiago de Compostela (Spain) has since the early middle-ages been one of the first, […]

NAVE: A Low Cost Spatially Immersive Display System (1998-2000)

From January through April 1999 I worked with Dr. Larry Hodges, Dr. Julian Flores, Carlos Jensen, Jeff Wilson, and Dave Gotz in building and designing the NAVE spatially immersive display system.  In the tradition of the original CAVE display, the name NAVE is a recursive acronym which stands for NAVE Automatic Virtual Environment.  The name […]

Visionspace: HIT Lab New Zealand (2006)

An immersive stereoscopic display system at the Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand (HIT Lab NZ) System Design: Jarrell Pair Implementation: Jarrell Pair, Mark Billinghurst, Nathan Gardiner, David Sickinger, Julian Looser Additional Information: Viewing stereoscopic Virtual Egyptian Temple using Jeffrey Jacobson’s CAVEUT with NVIDIA stereo drivers Viewing New Zealand terrain dataset using a custom […]