Visualization: The Beginner’s Spark

Paul TiceArchitecture, Engineering, Construction, Multimedia, Rendering, Animation

In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities. In the expert’s mind there are few.― Shunryu Suzuki One thing I have learned about blogging; the more experiences and input one receives, the better the writing. Journalism has always been something …

Visualization: Careful with that Axe, Adopter

Paul TiceArchitecture, Engineering, Construction, Geospatial Mapping, Historic Preservation, Multimedia, Rendering, Animation

Not all that long ago, I wanted to work in a field that offered excitement. So I joined the Army. Then I wanted a stable life. So I settled into working for the local telephone company in my home state. …

Visualization: “Seeking Cyborg for Interactive Long Walks…”

Paul TiceMultimedia, Rendering, Animation

How we interact with data continues to be a hot trend in the information technology (IT) world. The ability to navigate and have a somewhat ‘tactile’ approach to learning and assimilation has developers working around the clock to provide consumer …

Visualization: Extraction Deux – The Enigma of Geometry

Paul TiceHistoric Preservation

Geometry. Mathematics of shape and size and position. The subject of patterns has captivated me for many years. There is something a little mysterious about this subject. This idea of hidden meaning behind simple lines, colors, and otherwise mundane arrangements …

Visualization: Loving the Journey – A Path to Mastery

Paul TiceMultimedia, Rendering, Animation

To My Dearest Collective Human Consciousness: At the writing of this, for the past several weeks, we’ve been working a ton of hours – There were tough deadlines and several unexpected glitches with conversion software. I’ve come to accept this …