work created while at MIT Visible Language Workshop 1983-84.
Stills for a 3-D
computer generated animation "Launch", created at
the Visible Language Workshop department at MIT during the
period 1983-84. I wrote the modeling software, built the
hardware controller to connect the main computer to the 1-inch
Apex video tape recorder, and created the animation. I spent
several months building the entire system. The computer would
run over night for about 8 hours to render and record
frame-by-frame a few seconds of animation.
Stills from a
music video "Color Dance" created at the Visible
Language Workshop at MIT during the period 1983-84. The
dancers pictured are Countney Grey, an MIT student at the
time, and his troupe. I programmed the computer frame buffer
to create colorized video in real-time. I also directed and
edited the video.
"Blow" animation. My last frame-by-frame
computer rendered animation. A video captured frame is
combined with computer rendered objects.