Early Navigation.

My quest for cool navigation continues. This is a quick study of some ideas I'm working on, more examples to follow. What I'm really trying to accomplish is 2D imagery with 3D navigation. A fusion of both perspectives to create a hybrid linking system for mapping out a site. Please remember this is just a stepping stone to test the visual viability of mixing the dimensions.

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The Elevator Project.

There are two main goals behind the development of this web site. First, I'm aiming to move beyond the physical restrictions of a two dimensional tool. Creating the impression of depth of field (focus) to simulate a real life environment. I believe this can create the feeling there is life within the screen. Secondly I'm creating an awareness, by introducing key players in the Toronto New Media industry. These "wired" individuals from global origins illustrate the diversity of a discipline that requires designers, writers, photographers, musicians and technicians to work in tandem, each adding their unique piece of creativity to every project they work on. Here's a chance to see the faces behind the innovation.

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Early Navigation.

A continuation of 3D navigation on a two dimensional plane with the added depth of drag and drop. And in case your curious, the photos are from a millennium trip to Scotland - it'll bring tears to your eyes!

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The Escalate Project (SKL8).

The Digital Camera, has quickly become a leading edge instrument of modern day creativity and a staple in the new media visual communications toolbox. Since digital photography's first inception into the new media artist's skill set, we have witnessed the coming of age of a fresh perspective in twenty first century imagery. It's ease of use in allowing us to capture a candid, unrehearsed view of life and our environment through an honest and unaltered light is unparalleled. We are a generation who deliberately challenges the norm. We find inspiration in the world around us and rejoice in exposing the raw beauty hidden in the fringes of life.

To that end, this installation sets out to explore this phenomenon and shed light on a few of Canada's top new media junkies, those quick to adopt and hungry for experimentation. Fifteen individuals were called on to produce a sixty second flash movie using just a digital camera and their own imagination. Enjoy.

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