Some f/1.1 snapsh!ts. Because never not drink & shoot 1.1 right?
I tested my Mirrorshades platform at St Salvator’s chapel in St Andrews for the first time today!
This test represents a less contrived scenario in which one might use a mobile cross reality platform like Mirrorshades, compared to when I was using it while walking around the Computer Science building, because while the real & virtual environments in this test share largely the same layout, they have substantial visual differences which are intriguing to contrast & compare.
The virtual component here shows the chapel as it stood in 1450-1460, since when there have been substantial changes – not least the removal of the original stone roof & its replacement with a wooden roof & the change in the room division.
Until next time!
I’m already slipping with Narrative posts & this is really 2-3 weeks worth of photos, but for sake of naming simplicity I’m going to stick with ‘Week 2′!
A photo of somebody else’s desk for once!
A wonderfully over-engineered fence.
We didn’t buy this.
Another unforeseen security risk!
This was actually staged ;)
Guests arriving for a little party.
Ordering takeout for delivery.
Cards Against Humanity~
Om nom nom :)
Impromptu photo shoot.
Leaving party for my girlfriend who moved back to Canada.
Dinner & drinks for university Photo Society committee changeover.
An infuriating start to the day at work!
I’m getting lots of photos like this, must come from standing still whilst looking at the shelves.
I have a wonderful diet…
This is how undergraduates revise these days, it seems.
Drinks & dinner for my office mate Saray who submitted her thesis & is off to pastures green.
Off to Edinburgh!
Deciding where to eat.
Lovely vegan meal at David Bann.
Why not :)
At the NMS for the ‘retro-future’ museum late (& more cocktails).
Another posed Narrative shot, using the double-tap feature.
And colouring competitions.
Even a gramophone DJ!
Lighting was very pretty once the sunlight started to fade.
Picture of me taking the pictures in this post.
Munchies on the train back.
Followed by a much needed breakfast & coffee the following morning.