Examples of work done for a graduate computer graphics class taught by NYU professor Ken Perlin. Click through to see the live versions running.
These are some of my favorite shots, taken largely with a Canon EOS 7D.
PosturePulse, body-LAB’s first wearable tech product, is launching today on Kickstarter!
Working with New School students at Hack Manhattan to hack an AR 2.0 Parrot Drone for a performance commenting on surveillance and unmanned weaponry.
A 3D Model of Infant Facial Expressions Senior project for BA in Applied General Studies My B.A. degree required a capstone project or internship. I decided to work on a project that applied design and programming to the infant facial expression fieldwork studies I had been pursuing since 2011. It centers on the development of a three-dimensional[…]
This video documents the proof-of-concept development of a 3D infant avatar that displays facial expressions retargeted from an actor (Me!) to the avatar. The base 3D model for the avatar was purchased from TurboSquid. Motion capture of my facial expressions was done using Faceshift software and a Kinect for XBox 360. Faceshift was also used[…]
The third project for my MoCap class at NYU, and the one with the most original content. Two other students and I designed the actor’s motion sequences. Narrative and characterization are all my own.