• Origins of the Storyclock

    dude.jpgYears 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 our daily lives is subtle and affects our perceptions, our character and our mood. Capturing perception. A painting has texture which is affected by changing light, a sculpture more so as it exists in bigger space.

    How can we lend this idea to our increasingly digital world?

    Therefore was borne Storyclock,  a means to infuse the organic into the digital world.



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