Andrew Hazelden
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Domemaster Fusion Macros
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This week has seen a lot of development progress on the Domemaster Fusion Macros toolset that culminated in the…Continue

Tags: Hazelden, Andrew, Fusion, compositing, Fulldome

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Hazelden Feb 16, 2017.

PowerPoint Dome Template v1.1 Released

I'm happy to announce the release of the PowerPoint Dome Template version 1.1. This version adds Mac OS X support with a new droplet, and includes instructions on creating your own droplets.…Continue

Started Feb 13, 2014

Format Conversions

I wanted to mention that the Dome2rect v1.1 tool has improved support for converting 1080p HD image sequences to the domemaster format.…Continue

Started Jan 1, 2014

Notepad++, TextWrangler, and BBEdit Syntax Highlighters for Digital Sky
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I would like to present a new set of Notepad++, BBEdit, and TextWrangler syntax…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Hazelden Sep 13, 2013.

 

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Visual effects artist at Dover Studios, Inc.

Domemaster3D Fulldome Lens Shader

I developed the Domemaster3D lens shader for Autodesk Maya and Autodesk Softimage.

The Domemaster stereo shader is designed to create stereoscopic fulldome renderings for use in planetariums and other fulldome theaters. The Maya and Softimage shaders are based upon the work of Roberto Ziche (domemaster stereo shader for 3DS Max) and Daniel Ott (DomeAFL shader).

The Domemaster3D lens shader is compatible with Maya’s native stereo camera rig system. With the stereo rig in Maya it is possible to interactively create stereoscopic fulldome renderings in the render view using the anaglyph, luminance anaglyph, parallel freeview, and crossed freeview stereoscopic display modes.

Links:

Domemaster3D Stereoscopic Lens Shader for Autodesk Maya
Domemaster3D Stereoscopic Lens Shader for Softimage

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Happy Holidays from West Dover, Nova Scotia!

I'd like to wish everyone Happy Holidays with a fulldome image of Winter in the West Dover Barrens.

Full Resolution 4K image: Winter-in-the-Barrens.jpg

The photo was taken on Dec 8, 2011 at the West Dover Provincial Park. I…

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Posted on December 17, 2012 at 10:00am

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Domemaster Fusion Macros 9 Replies

Started by Andrew Hazelden. Last reply by Andrew Hazelden Feb 16, 2017.

AMATERAS Dome Player released. 3 Replies

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Best workflow for 4k fulldome project?

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