Author Archives: Aidan R. Wilson

Concept Streetcar Composite

Made using Maya 2018, Substance Painter, and Adobe Photoshop This image was created as part of a group project, and I was responsible for modeling the exterior of the train, lighting the final model, rendering and compositing it into a … Continue reading

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Interactive Goat Kiosk Documentation

Created using Max, Autodesk Maya, Arduino Leonardo, and Photoshop.   Originally displayed at the Rochester Science Museum on December 2-3, 2017, this kiosk teaches kids about goat behavior button interactions. Each button is linked to a specific animation that includes … Continue reading

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Interactive Goats Pre-Production

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Interactive Exhibit Write-Up

The Rochester Museum and Science Center has an exhibition about lasers on the second floor, complete with multiple interactive and educational displays. These exhibitions include a string-less harp that measures the position of your hands to generate music, and a … Continue reading

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Abstract Video Project

Video Project for Production 1 in which the prompt was to create an abstract short film. This focuses on the concept of mind-reading and how that effects the person who’s mind is being read. Edited using Adobe Premiere Pro

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Goat Game Progress Check

After the initial classroom review, I focused on designing a few symbols to represent the character’s actions in the game, as well as constructing a complete 2D rig in maya. The rig was built out of overlaying image planes that … Continue reading

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Aesthetic based video proposal

I’d like to record a short video loosely based on Jorie Graham’s poem, ‘I’m reading your mind.’ The poem focuses on the relationship between the omniscient, mind-reading narrator, and the person reading the poem.

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