I’ve started developing a new app for learning Thai language. A very early Beta version is available for testing here.
I created this app mainly as a tech demo of Augmented Reality and somewhat for my own benefit when going out drinking.
I wanted to see how many calories and how much alcohol was in what I’m drinking. But barcode scanner apps often don’t work in a dimly lit pub, when you don’t have an internet connection, or when the barcode label is a bit wrinkled. So I created Beer Goggles.
I’ve only included a handful of beer types so far – I’ll probably just open source the project soon. Go and test the app and let me know if you’re interested in contributing to its development – I built it in Unity, using the Vuforia AR libraries.
I made this funny little video when I saw news footage of Donald Trump shoving a NATO leader out of the way at a meeting in Belgium. I thought it was a perfect candidate for a “Thug Life” style video.
So you’ve been given some green screen footage to composite on another plate, but the lighting’s all wrong? Read on…
There’s a wealth of information out there on how to composite footage and colour-correct it to look like one plate. But there’s not much info out there on what to do about a mismatch in overall lighting direction/diffusivity. Continue reading Better compositing of evenly lit footage
I recently worked with the guys at Imotion Media to create this fun little music video. The brief was to take some green screen footage of the band’s lead members and find a treatment/narrative that works with the ethos and feel of the song. I settled on blending the footage with a lot of archive material, as if we’re channel flipping a TV. Continue reading Everybody Deserves – music video