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How many people in the world have never experienced the stars at night? How many have never been able to be in nature because of a disability, or because they cannot leave their city? Recently I attended an event in Los Angeles. Was showing a prototype of a VR project. A man came up to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Storyclock enters the world of VR
Years ago I was often experimenting with video projection for live theatre and dance performance. One scene involved a ten second animation. It took more than 24 hours to render. At first I became frustrated as each frame came to life, and then intrigued by the idea of slowing down time. The changing light in […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Origins of the Storyclock
Our production team, inLiminal film, has a new short film about Montana ceramic artist Trey Hill. It was selected to be part of The Montana Experience: Stories from Big Sky channel. Of course, much of the footage will be part of a Storyclock clay artist theme.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Dirt!
A couple of weeks ago we traveled to New York to gather footage for a city Storyclock theme pack and to conduct interviews for a new documentary about a cyber ranch in Montana. (http://www.daysoatdunrovin.com). Cyber ranch? It’s a real working ranch with horses, donkeys, dogs and an Osprey nest on Web Cam. People from all […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.