- Jack G. Wolfe
Tilt Brush & HTC Vive
As Instructional Technologist for the School of the Arts, I have facilitated workshops for students, faculty and staff using Tilt Brush by Google, an interactive VR painting tool that enables users to create art in an entirely new medium.
Created with: Tilt Brush by Google, Final Cut Pro X, HTC Vive
Virtual Eleon 2016
Contributing to the Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project (EBAP) at Wellesley College, I combined 3D scanned data from an archaeological excavation in Grece to create a virtual reality experience of artifacts from a civilization thousands of years old.
Created with: Unity Game Engine, Adobe Photoshop, Meshmixer, HTC Vive
Porter's Lodge 360
Shot with a 360 camera and narrated by professor Ralph Muldrow, this immersive tour shows the Porter's Gate Lodge, a historic building at the entrance to the Cistern Yard at the College of Charleston.
Created with: Ricoh Theta V 360 Camera, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects
SC Aquarium - Gumpy the Seagull
Collaborating with Shane Boylan at the South Carolina Aquarium, I designed and 3D printed prosthetic feet for Gumpy, a seagull who had his feet amputated after getting caught in fishing line. I was interviewed about the project on WCSC Live 5 News in Charleston, SC.
Created with: Autodesk Maya, MakerBot Replicator (5th Gen)
As Lead Animator for the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary, I created over 900 animations for Cataract Master®, an interactive training software that guides medical students through the different steps and potential complications of cataract surgery.
Created with: NewTek Lightwave
12 Bull St
A 3D model I created of 12 Bull St., home to the Historic Preservation & Community Planning Department at the College of Charleston.
Created with: Autodesk Maya, Adobe Illustrator, MakerBot Replicator (5th Gen)
A 3D model I created of the Porter's Lodge at the College of Charleston. Fully textured version available on SketchFab.
Created with: Autodesk Maya, Adobe Photoshop, MakerBot Replicator (5th Gen)
A 3D model from NASA of Gusev Crater, the landing site of the Spirit Mars Rover. Printed for That Which We Call A Rose, a collaborative research project funded by grant from NASA.
Created with: MakerBot Replicator (5th Gen)
TLTCon 2019 Promo
A promotional video for the Teaching, Learning & Technology Conference at the College of Charleston. I helped facilitate this event and presented on topics including digital literacy and virtual reality in the classroom.
Created with: Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Illustrator
Agents of T.L.T.
Introducing my department at the College of Charleston, TLT (formerly known as Teaching, Learning & Technology.)
Created with: Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Cinema4D Lite, Adobe Illustrator
Wellesley Reference Videos & Documentation
To support the Art Department at Wellesley College, I created a series of video and written tutorials on topics including Photoshop, photography, video editing and 3D modeling.
Created with: Final Cut Pro, Various software and hardware