The Visual Art Quarterly of St. Louis has published a feature piece on Byron Sletten's ongoing collaborative project, where he and Poet Laureate Ted Kooser pair his original 3D works with Ted's unpublished poetry. See the complete article here.
You might be thinking that your website is safe from online hackers - that no one could possibly be interested in your data – security through obscurity. It’s a common myth that leaves countless website owners vulnerable to malicious hackers. The fact is, if you’re not taking proactive steps to thwart off would-be attacks, then you might as well be wearing a sign to the entire internet that says, “Please hack me!” And when these attacks come, they can be devastating to your business…you could lose sensitive customer information, have your website taken offline, or be commandeered to run illegal, mischievous code against other websites.
Byron Sletten, a partner at MindActive, and futurist Kim Gordon recently discussed data visualization for Mind Matters at Lindenwood University in St. Louis, MO; see this video for a sample of the interview.
Why use animation for print work? Because, despite the lack of control over the final product, it's awesome.
This “How was it done?” video walks through creating physical imagery through 3D animation software and answers some questions about the process.