Site has been moved to a new server, but as long as I didn’t do anything wrong you shouldn’t see a difference. Shouldn’t.
Again, not actually week 3 but covering from the last post until today.
At some point during this time, Narrative updated their service so that instead of cropping all photos to a square frame (so all photos were the same shape regardless of what orientation the Clip was in when it took them) they are now cropped to landscape or portrait, so less of each photo gets cropped out – hence why they change partway through!
This was impossible to eat gracefully…
He stood like that for ages on purpose!
Sound engineering what I was told would be ‘2 microphones’ but ended up being a full ceilidh band & a packed dancefloor.
Tidying up afterwards.
One of the rare occasions of seeing my housemate.
Shopping for curtain rods – more than a year after moving in, some of the windows are still naked >.<
Party at my neighbour’s.
More Cards Against Humanity~
BBQ at work (think the excuse this time was ‘World Cup’).
My security ninja friend (he works for NCC Group) on a flying visit from Manchester.
Placed the Clip on the bar to get this angle…
…then promptly forgot about it & had to collect it the following morning (this is it sitting behind the bar next to the till).
Helping set up for Graduation Ball.
Sizing 36″ balloons (filled with confetti!) using a a pair of tables.
Graduands were invited to write their best memory of their time in St Andrews on a tag, which were then tied up for them to read as they walked in to the Ball.
Quick break for lunch!
Rigs going up, balloons with pyro charges attached.
Last minute signage.
Bumped into some friends I didn’t know were coming!
Getting our Pimms on.
Jacket coming off, ceilidhs are serious business.
Snapping a few shots with the 1.1 :)
Just some unedited snapsh!ts going back a year probably. Starting with a field in Iceland, exciting stuff right?
A more recognisable image of Iceland.
Shooting 6×7 at the Burn House.
Somewhere in Edinburgh, on my way to see Makoto Shinkai at Scotland Loves Animation.
Probably wanted to use up the last shot so I could stick it in the dev tank.
Mounting prints for a PhotoSoc exhibition & auction.
And at the auction the following day.
Department Xmas party?
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!