At long last, enjoy the beautiful sights and sounds of our final project in this documentary!
In other news, House Chimeric members were awarded our programme’s project prize! Horay!
Projection mapping animations to fit buildings and unique structures is tough… But we often find that documenting our events is even more difficult. After three events, although we’ve gotten more comfortable with projection mapping and timing, we still have trouble filming and photographing our worlds of light-in-darkness. Nonetheless, here are some photos taken by a visitor during Inspiration Burns. We’ll have the full documentary up soon!
Another project of House Chimeric took place this summer at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012. Check out what we did to immersively augment Guillermo del Toro’s classic Hellboy in New Media Scotland’s Atmosphere series, by adding atmospheric animation and motion graphics.
Did you know that chartreuse is Ana’s favourite colour? It’s also her latest track, listen to it here:
We’re all enjoying the creative freedom that comes from finishing our uni work.
Our event got a bit of coverage from the Edinburgh Museum’s and Galleries official page:
House Chimeric designer, Greg Telakis, said: “After the successful debut at the Anatomical Museum, House Chimeric are delighted to return to another historically significant Edinburgh building for our Master’s dissertation. “I’m very excited to have the honour of working at the Burns Monument. It’s such a culturally rich building.”
Read the whole article here: BURNS MONUMENT THROWS OPEN ITS DOORS TO SHOWCASE STUDENT EXHIBITION