Saturday, June 16, 2012

Some pictures

Hi all! I'm upploading in Dropbox in the folder "Course material Swedish Virtual Heritage School" some pictures made during the School. There is also the group picture :D

Friday, June 15, 2012

Many thanks!

I would like to thank you all for a great week of lectures, discussions, workshops, checking out amazing gadgets! For myself, I feel most inspired and am already plotting on how to implement these new insights on my job.

Once again, thanks!

Interactive MultiTouch Starry Night

Interactive Van Gogh Starry Night:

I think it can be a very interesting approach to communicate a painting, especially in this case (Van Gogh style)

Starry Night (interactive animation) from Petros Vrellis on Vimeo.

Assassin's creed for kinect

A funny fake (?) trailer about immersion, presence and, of course, kinect!

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Bloody Omaha, the graphics

I mentioned a youtube clip showing a cheapish way to make mass-scenes. Here´s the site:

Mind the pretty noisy choice of music!

Döserygg well in progress!

So, our group formed around making the most of a museums coming exhibition. A great excavation site provided a perfect setting for a walkabout. Twenty-odd dolmens gathered close to a double palissade, stretching along a "road"... Döserygg will forever have changed how Scandinavian archaeologists view dolmen sites. We thought they came one by one. They didn´t.

A road calls for giving the visitor/viewer a good old walk, though in this case indoors. Ylwa did the skilled sketching, making pictures of a storyline. I put in as much pre-knowledge as I have. Gertie and Peter worked out the mockup-program. Together we pop up ideas, question each others suggestions, discuss what points to make and darlings to kill. Great fun!

So storyline is pretty good - tomorrow we need to discuss more about actual technique. Could we actually do this at Trelleborgs museum. Everything is possible.


Wednesday, June 13, 2012


As some of you experienced today, using software to prototype is not always easy and straight-forward. Let's hope Balsamiq Mockups will behave better tomorrow! :-)