New Podcast Interview available
You can now listen to Digital Convergence Episode 33 – thanks again to Carl Olson for the nice interview. Here is a snippit from his website:
In today’s episode, Trey and I talk about a wide range of topics. For filmmakers, Trey discusses his interest in how the human brain responds to high speed video. He has conducted a number of interesting experiments using low cost point-and-shoot cameras that can record video at high frame rates.
We delve briefly into the topic of HDR photography and then discuss a number of topics on the “edge” of visual arts. Trey manages to fool me into thinking he has taken up oil painting. Find out how he accomplished that!
We move on to the topic of “the decade of the artist” – how business models have changed for visual artists in the 21st century. Trey candidly talks about his business model and why he chose to go the route he did.
Daily Photo – Searching For Water
The amazing Ta Prohm ruins of Cambodia have secrets around every turn. These enigmatic trees grow up and over everything. I was amazed by the girth and length of this lateral root system, as the trees search everywhere for water.
I would LOVE to see a timelapse of this tree growing. Wouldn’t that be the coolest thing in the world? If you have ever seen a good simulation of this in video, please let me know… Some of these things we find in the real world are almost impossibly awesome.