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VR Sculpts with Oculus Medium

These are Sculpts that I made in VR with Oculus Medium for a special topics class with Vav. Once I finished each sculpt I brought it into maya where I rendered out images in different ways with a transparent background, then took those renders into photoshop where i adjusted settings and filters accordingly to make digital prints, screen prints, and cyanotype prints. The creature was not a part of the screen prints or the cyanotype prints because the goal of that project was to 3D print the sculpt. After I had completed all of the prints I wanted to take what I have done further. I was using an After Effects plugin called Trapcode for After Effects frequently in Jeremys Motion Graphics class during this time so I exported each sculpt as a low poly obj file then after some experimentation with After Effects and Trapcode I was able to manipulate particles attached to my sculpts in various ways.

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Motion Graphics: 10 Exercises

10  motion graphics exercises using After Effects or Maya

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Explanations: how Exoplanets are discovered

I used After Effects and Trapcode to create my visual elements, the music was made by Bobby Green, and my voice was recorded with a zoom mic from the cage.

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Explanations: Syncsketch Draft

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Motion Graphics: Explanations Script and visual snapshots

How Exoplanets are discovered Script:

Imagine that you’re a scientist and you wonder how would I discover a planet outside our solar system

Well you would use a space telescope such as the kepler space observatory

planets outside our solar system are known as exoplanets and to discover them we can use the transit method

Which uses the brightness of a star to find an exoplanet

If an Exoplanet is discovered the star will periodically show a measurable drop in its brightness while the exoplanet orbits in front the star

With this method scientists can also study the size or atmosphere of the exoplanet by using a spectrograph which is an instrument used to separate light into a wavelength to record and analyze many different types of data

 

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Explanations: Moodboard

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