Time: 11am - 5 pm
Location: Digital Arts Studios
Photogrammetry is the art, science and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment. This may be done through the process of recording, measuring and interpreting photographic images.
In this workshop participants will be guided through camera and lighting setup in order to capture 360 degrees of photographs surrounding objects. Exploring basic photogrammetry workflow using 3DF Zephyr software, participants will generate 3D model of their subjects.
Belfast based artist, Helena Hamilton, works both visually and sonically, creating work which crosses the lines between object, sound, digital interaction and action/performance. She received an MA in Sonic Arts (Queens University Belfast, 2014) and holds a BA Honours degree in Fine Art (University of Ulster, 2009). Helena is based at Flax Studios Belfast. She has exhibited and performed in both gallery spaces and contemporary music/sound festivals across UK & Ireland as well as Berlin, Rome, Tokyo and New York.
Future Labs is kindly funded by Belfast City Council.
Principal funder: Arts Council of Northern Ireland.