Speh Turnipseed & Jorge Ortiz enjoy a lunch break – Photo by Jonathan Strawn
Today we work on processing our photographs from our field exercise at Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. There were a few problems, with one particular issue being the camera recording incorrect orientation data in the EXIF, and that data causing alignment problems in PT GUI. We overcame this, and were able to view initial views of several spectacular shots in the fulldome theater here at IAIA.
We also addressed our equipment issues from Tuesday by conducting a thorough inventory of all equipment, and assigning sets to each team for next week’s mission to Chaco Culture National Historic Park.
While we were processing our photographs, we enjoyed a viewing of The Sun Dagger, the 1982 film by Anna Sofaef & Albert Ihde.
We couldn’t let the food from our stymied BBQ go to waste, so we had an impromptu cookout on the steps of the New Media Arts Building. Our group of students is really coming together as a fine performing team.
This program is funded through Department of Defense Grant #1234567, Advanced Immersive Media for Virtual Reality Training.