Michael Castellucci & Olivia Webb
Michael Castellucci & Olivia Webb
PDF File Here: castellucci_m_firefly
This piece evolves the concept of project 1′s idea of self and motion through time and self-ageing with the addition of distortion of one’s memory of the past. Fragments of memories can connect one to their past which can be changed and blurred by the mind. Using six images of myself at different ages from a small infant up to the present, exploded fragments of the images are scattered forward and back across the canvas creating a blurred and distorted image. Sometimes the images are clearer than others showing that memories can be changed, enhanced or be influenced by photographs. Our minds are not always reliable in creating a perfect image of the past, often rewriting memories. We all are connected to our past that has shaped us into the people we are today.
This piece is a collage that embodies the idea of self and motion through time with a visual representation of self-ageing. Using six images of myself at different ages from a small infant up to the present, fragments of the images are scattered across the canvas with a transparency depicting the connection on has with their past and how one changes over time. We all are connected to our past which has shaped us into the people we are today. Fragments of memories can connect one to their past which can be changed and blurred by the mind.
Fish Tank Floor: Floor: https://www.visualitineraries.com/img/locations/11757.jpg
This project will be a one-player educational interactive quiz game to inform
users on various scuba diving facts. To play the user will navigate their way
through a 3D underwater terrain in first person control as they search for
hidden treasure chests. Once a treasure chest is found the user will click on
it and a multiple-choice question will pop up. Upon answering the question
correct the user will collect a treasure point and continue on their search.
If they answer the question wrong they must try again. Once the user has
collected all the treasure the game is over.
The point of the project is to educate the user on scuba diving facts in an
interactive and engagingly fun way.
(I tried to upload to fireftp but had troubles)
Possible for fish - http://threejs.org/examples/#webgl_gpgpu_birds
Tried to add for first person movement but no luck - http://stemkoski.github.io/Three.js/Chase-Camera.html
Photo Credit: <a href=”https://www.flickr.com/photos/38851323@N05/6713113925/”>Zé.Valdi</a> via <a href=”http://compfight.com”>Compfight</a> <a href=”https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/”>cc</a>
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