Mindhue Studio

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Skygrid Movie: Vernal to Autumnal

Finally had time to assemble all the individual stills of the present Skygrid into a time-lapse movie. Be advised, at 17 seconds per day, it clocks in at around 51 minutes. But it’s a perfect environmental piece for relaxation and meditation, I would say! Note: after watching about 8 minutes of the video, I’ll concede

GPS Drawing Project 2013

As part of my artist grant from the Somerville Arts Council, I needed to do a project that involves the community of Somerville. Over the last couple of weeks I went to the daycare Open Center for Children on Powderhouse Boulevard and again created a large-scale work with the help of the children there. We

The Skygrid: from Equinox to Equinox

My apologies for the wait on this, but I finally gotten a chance to process the September images up to the 22nd. Here we have the half-year from spring equinox to fall equinox in it’s full glory (click to embiggen): As mentioned before, I will continue to record the skygrid for a full year, but

The Equinoctal Picture for the Skygrid

The Sun crossed the ecliptic today at 4:44pm EDT, heading south. My skygrid camera was there to capture the moment, along with a plane flying overhead: I’ll be processing the images soon so we can see the full wax and wane of the daylight hours. Funny thing: it’s no longer an Equinoctal Skygrid. Because it’s

MWRA Turbine Time-Lapses Cleaned Up

Well, it didn’t take as long as I expected to clean up the dust spots from the two other time-lapse videos. When you’re not rendering twenty layers of transparent footage things go quite a bit faster. Here’s the front of the turbine in close-up: And the darker-skies version of the turbine in the landscape (which

MWRA Wind Turbine Time-Lapses

Early this morning I went out to shoot some time-lapse videos of a wind turbine I really hadn’t explored up-close, the 1.8 MW Vestas at the MWRA pumping station in Everett. It has been a while! Almost nine months since I last shot this turbine, and almost two years since I shot the Northwind 100