Immersive Media is a leading producer and distributor of 360 degree videos, cameras and operating systems. As a joint pursuit between Emily Carr and Immersive Media, I helped develop a lightweight Spidercam for use with Immersive Media’s 360 degree cameras. This Spidercam supports virtual reality filmmakers by physically removing them from the scene, while providing remote […]
What can Twitter show us about our community? Tweelo takes the public’s tweets and reveals the emotional index of Vancouver neighborhoods in real-time. If a tweet contains words with negative connotation, it is displayed as a red point on the map, while positive tweets are green and neutral tweets are blue. Each tweet contributes to […]
I designed this logo for Vancouver’s Virtual Reality Film Fest. The client provided an initial mockup which included text over a pointillism style globe. The requirement was to create a logo that is timeless, and not specifically referencing any VR imagery. From the initial sketch, I retained the globe motif, and worked it into a more cohesive look […]
What’s a better way to save energy and have fun at the same time? Our app is not just another typical, boring energy-saving app — it’s a game that’s fun and, most importantly, you get to save some money on your next bill!
The Port Arrivals Interactive Map was developed for The Fraser River Discovery Centre, providing a visualization of ships that passed through Fraser Surrey Docks during 2013. Created as a semester long project for the Programming for Creative Practices class at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, this installation addresses the industry of the Fraser River. Through […]