The University of Manchester came to me, asking if I could render a series of hands that were as realistic as possible. The plan is to fool a human into thinking the resulting images are real. With that in place, certain parameters can be tweeked in order to facilitate an experiment into mirror neurons.
Hello! I'm Benjamin Blundell and I formed this little company, sitting at the intersection of technology, science and the arts. I like to work with companies, universities, academics and other institutions who want to make things that amaze, help people in their everday lives, are fun and interesting. Im based in London and have worked for many people across the UK and the world.
I have a chip on my shoulder about wearable technology. There is a lot of hype out there and the good stuff is rare. Its a shame because I'm really keen on personal uses of technology and getting closer to it. I think there are some gimmicks out there and things that people are playing with, but they just seem to be not really wearable or not really tech. Enter the RFID Ring.
So the time has begun to start on Phantom Limb Part 3. For these who have not seen the previous versions of this project, the idea is to immerse a person, who suffers from phantom limb pain, inside a Virtual Reality simulation in order to learn more about the condition and hopefully, provide some comfort for the person in question.
Amiga Bouncing Ball
A remake of a classic demo, in processing.js
Asteroids returns with this processing.js port.