This was the final project for an art course I took in 2015. It's an homage to old-school computer graphics research; some papers would be accompanied by relevant videos. Advancements in 3D Imagery is a video for a hypothetical literature review of computer graphics techniques available in the mid-1970's. The music is my own.
A Video Recorded Hand is more of a parody than a straight-faced homage like Advancements in 3D Imagery is. It represents the impact massive advances in video technology in the past four and a half decades have made on our ability to produce content (i.e. "lol hands"). I made this in about four hours, which reflects this piece's very meaning!
This is art. Why? Because I said so. Wanna fight about it?
For those who constantly need validation for nothing in particular.
This was for an art course. Artwork was drawn by my partner at the time. Scroll down and see!
A little experiment with GLAM and WebGL.
I'm not sure where I was going with this, honestly.
I made this back in high school for a graphic design course. The assignment was to make an album cover of some kind. The thing doesn't take itself too seriously. Unfortunately, the front cover has been lost to time.