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Weevils and all

The Wheat Weevils are enjoying being shown to various people and exhibitions. They have been overseas and shown as part of CSIRO’s wonderful technology.

Thank you to everyone who has been involved – thanks Lab 22

Weevils: Titanium Insects by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Weevils: Titanium Insects by Eleanor Gates-Stuart. Collaborating with Dr Chuong Nguyen


Stellr’Interview

StellrScope Filmaker, Emily Hungerford, on set at the StellrScope Exhibition filming the installation with the team.

Film maker, Emily Hungerford’s film about the making of ‘StellrScope’. A Science Art commission awarded to artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart, by the Centenary of Canberra, ACT Chief Minister’s Office and supported by the Australian Federal Government.

Film Maker: Emily Hungerford at StellrScope with Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Film Maker: Emily Hungerford at StellrScope with Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Here is Emily’s film – interviewing StellrScope Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Great job Emily !!


Stellr’ Print Collection Available

Thank you to all your requests to buy StellrScope Artworks.

The Collection is now on-line to buy direct from Studio  E L E A N O R G A T E S T U A R T  Australia


StellrScope @ CSIRO Discovery Centre

New information panels designed by Eleanor gates-Stuart for the CSIRO Discovery Centre - StellrLume Domes

New information panels designed by Eleanor Gates-Stuart for the CSIRO Discovery Centre – StellrLume Domes

The displayed images contain a ‘StellrScope’ watermark. This does not appear on the original artwork at the CSIRO Discovery Centre.


Poster ASC 2014

Poster presented at the Australian Science Communicators Conference 2014

Poster presented at the Australian Science Communicators Conference 2014

Telling the story… ‘StellrScope at Australian Science Communicators Conference (ASC)  2014.

A0 Poster

 

 


Art and Science as Creative Catalysts

Paper: Art and Science as Creative Catalysts

Paper: Art and Science as Creative Catalysts

StellrScope @ CSIRO

Paper presented at IEEE VIS 2013, Atlanta, US

Paper available at this link: http://visap2013.sista.arizona.edu/papers/Stuart_CreativeCatalysts.pdf

Abstract:

People tend to judge the benefits of Science Art collaborations by their tangible outputs, such as artworks, visualisations and other artefacts generally accessible to a wide audience. We argue that the process by which these artworks were created can be a significant, or even the principal benefit of these collaborations, even though it might be largely invisible to anyone other than the collaborators. We describe our experience of Art and Science as mutual catalysts for creativity and imagination within the context of a large multidisciplinary research organisation (The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation—CSIRO) and a major national exhibition—The Centenary of Canberra Science Art Commission. We have formed a view that Science and Art often pursue orthogonal dimensions of creativity and innovation, and that with the right approach and attitude, collaborators can combine these dimensions to access new areas of imagination and ideas. We discuss some of the challenges we have experienced in pursuing this aim, but conclude that the rewards to Art and Science—and the benefits they deliver to society—are well worth it.

 

Eleanor Gates-Stuart, Matthew Morell, David Lovell, Chuong Nguyen, Matt Adcock, Jay Bradley

 


Hot Seeds

Hot Seeds Artworks via ISSUU

Part of the Science Art Commission (Centenary of Canberra) and CSIRO Residency

Click on the image below to view the publication


StellrScope Publication

StellrScope Catalogue By Eleanor Gates-Stuart - Pages Preview

StellrScope Catalogue By Eleanor Gates-Stuart – Pages Preview

Preview the StellrScope Catalogue here:

Click on the picture below

StellrScope Exhibition Catalogue by Eleanor Gates-Stuart © 2013
Published by CSIRO
Food Futures Flagship & Computational Informatics
ISBN: 978-1-4863-0088-4
ISBN: 978-1-4863-0089-1
http://www.stellrscope.com
http://www.eleanorgatestuart.com

All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronical or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any other information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the author.


Art and Science Cross-Pollinate

Art and Science Cross-Pollinate by Arwen Cross, CSIEO Blog

Art and Science Cross-Pollinate by Arwen Cross, CSIRO Blog

News @ CSIRO…. Meet the people who collaborated with Eleanor by Arwen. See Blog post http://csironewsblog.com/2013/08/16/art-and-science-cross-pollinate/


StellrScope Opening Night at Questacon

Opening Night of StellrScope at Questacon

Images: Courtesy of Canberra 100


StellrScope: Swirling Art and Science

StellrScope: Swirling art and science by Louise Maher ABC 666

StellrScope: Swirling art and science by Louise Maher ABC 666

StellrScope interview by Reporter, Louise Maher ABC 666 Canberra

mp3 file: http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/local/canberra/201308/r1153761_14482312.mp3


The Centenary of Canberra – Science Art Commission Artwork

StellrLumé Domes by Eleanor Gates-Stuart. The Centenary of Canberra - Science Art Commission

StellrLumé Domes by Eleanor Gates-Stuart. The Centenary of Canberra – Science Art Commission

Video of the StellrLumé Domes at Questacon, StellrScope Exhibition.

The StellrLumé Domes installation, StellrScope, uses Spatial Augmented Reality (SAR) techniques to bring computer graphics into the human-scale physical environment. In order to facilitate interaction between the graphics and visitors, overhead depth cameras are used that sense red, green and blue as well as distance for every pixel. Custom software then extracts the human form, such as hands, over the top of the projection surface. Elements of the digital content are selected based on where ‘virtual shadows’ land. The audience must become active participants in order to experience the entire narrative.

 

The StellrLumé Domes are part of the ‘StellrScope’ Centenary of Canberra Science Art Commission and celebrate the story of wheat innovation over 100 years. The focus of these research was undertaken at CSIRO who were the Science Art Commission host, resident at the Future Food Flagship and Computational Informatics.

Credits
StellrLumé Team
Eleanor Gates-Stuart – Artist & Producer
Matt Adcock – Software Engineer
David Feng – Software Engineer
David Lovell – Transformational Bioinformatics Leader
Sherry Mayo – Research Scientist
Chuong Nguyen – Quantative Imaging
Pufferfish UK
StellrScope Music Composition by Marlene Radice

Excerpts, ‘A Nation is Built’ 1938 (Frank Hurley, Australia) NFSA title ID 7586. Courtesy of the National Film & Sound Archive of Australia

William Farrer Archives, Courtesy of the National Library of Australia and the William Farrer Trust

© Eleanor Gates-Stuart


Robyn Archer AO and Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Centenary of Canberra Robyn Archer and Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Centenary of Canberra, Creative Director Robyn Archer  AO and StellrScope Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Robyn Archer, Creative Director of the Centenary of Canberra, has first viewing of the StellrLume Domes (StellrScope Science Art Commission) with artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart at Questacon.

The interactive domes respond to hands held over the dome to reveal a secondary visual narrative of the wheat story. The image  on this StellrLume Dome shows 3D visualisation and Micro CT scanning of bread revealing the air hole structure in bread and documenatary footage of CSIRO wheat fields.

Other content is drawn from archives from the National Library of Australia, National Film & Sound Archive, the Farrer Trust, CSIRO and artworks.

Photographs from the StellrScope Launch are on the Centenary 100 Website: http://www.canberra100.com.au/news-and-media/image-galleries/

Dome Credits: Matt Adcock, David Feng, Sherry Mayo, Steve Jobling, Pufferfish

Image: courtesy of ACT Government


StellrLume Domes

StellrLume Hemispherical Domes are the Centenary of Canberra Science Art Commission works as part of the StellrScope Exhibition at Questacon

More Information:  http://vimeo.com/eleanorgatestuart/stellrscopestellrlumedomes

Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart with StellrLume Dome at Questacon

Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart with StellrLume Dome at Questacon

Links:

ABC Canberra

StellrScope: Swirling Art and Science by Louise Maher (666 Filed & Online Reporter

http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2013/08/06/3819290.htm?site=canberra

Canberra Times

‘Wheat Breeder a Conduit for Enlighten Times’ by Sally Pryor, Arts Editor

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/wheat-breeder-a-conduit-for-enlighten-times-20130809-2rnvg.html


Hot Seeds & StellrScope

Both Exhibitions are up and running

‘Hot Seeds’ & ‘StellrScope’

Both Exhibitions are up and running, including the ‘Embracing Innovations Volume 3‘ at the CraftACT Design Gallery.

Pictures and more information to follow soon.

Free Entry to all the Exhibitions

Links:

Questacon – StellrScope

http://questacon.edu.au/events/StellrScope

CSIRO Discovery Centre – Hot Seeds

http://www.csiro.au/Portals/Education/Programs/Discovery-Centre/Whats-on/Hot-Seeds.aspx

StellrScope: Swirling Art & Science on ABC: http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2013/08/06/3819290.htm

City News: http://citynews.com.au/2013/sexy-looks-when-art-meets-wheat/


Sound of StellrScope

Composer, Marlene Radice chatting with StellrScope Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart at Questacon

Composer, Marlene Radice chatting with ‘StellrScope’ Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart at Questacon

StellrScope Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart is delighted to work with Local Composer and Musician, Marlen Radice, to bring Marlene’s stunning composition to the exhibition at Questacon for the Sound of ‘StellrScope’. This wonderful collaboration is made possible by CSIRO (Computational Informatics CCI), in particular, Dr David Lovell who inspired Marlene with suggestions for sound content and structure. StellrScope video files were happily provided to Marlene for background material, here is what Marlen has to say about her composition:

About the Piece:

In creating a piece of music which would serve as a backdrop to the StellrScope exhibition, I sought write and produce music which was as true as possible to the concepts which underpin the artworks.

I began the piece taking heed of the notion of the visceral experience of wheat within its natural environment by experimenting with organic sounds. This presented a chronology of the means by which wheat is processed and harvested, from the field to the mill, to factory.

These natural sounds were then edited and overlaid upon one another to produce a cacophonic sound-scape which sought to emulate the dual concepts of wheat development, in its cyclic and expansive means of proliferation throughout a century.

The piece uses a palindromic structure based around a cyclic use of musical cells. These cells are made up of 1-3 bar phrases which are built upon and repeated throughout the piece. The pitches used in these cells are based around the wheat nucleotides of Cytosine, Adenine and Guanine, with the first letter of each of these nucleotides, A, C and G, used in rhythms based around the wheat genome sequence.

I sought to use a combination of alleatoric musical ideas as well as more intuitive ones in order to further highlight the amorphous binaries of traditional and electronic music, used in tandem with the binary relationship concurrent with contemporary society’s relationship with plants and food production.

Time, change and cyclic rotation were key concepts I sought to develop within this piece of music. A century of change, growth, and renewal, a fundamental return, the return of familiar sounds in repetition, a cycle of sound mirroring a cycle inherent within nature.

Short sound clip preview


Sliced Bread – Human Loaf

'Slice 1' of 'Five Slices, BreadMan' by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

‘Slice 1’ of ‘Five Slices – BreadMan’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

One of Five Slices – Human Size Bread Man

Installation artwork based on air holes & textures research in baking processes for bread. ‘Slice 1’ is part of fives slices that create the installation and are full life size cast pieces. Originally, the work (as bread dough)  was to be baked as part of the Human Energy Loaf, although this method is more suited to exhibition purposes.

‘Fives Slices – BreadMan’ will be shown at ‘Hot Seeds’ at the Discovery Centre, CSIRO in August and part of the StellrScope project – Details

Hot Seeds:  http://www.csiro.au/Portals/Education/Programs/Discovery-Centre/Whats-on/Hot-Seeds.aspx

When

6 August 2013 – 15 September 2013

Location

CSIRO Discovery Centre

North Science Road

Acton ACT 2601

Australia

Please note : Image is shown with a watermark

Reference:

The Centre for Grain Food Innovation

http://www.csiro.au/Organisation-Structure/Flagships/Food-Futures-Flagship/Grain-Food-Innovation-Centre.aspx


StellrScope Exhibition Banners

StellrScope Exhibition Banners: 'Oasis', 'Weevil', & 'WheatEar' by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

StellrScope Exhibition Banners: ‘Oasis’, ‘Weevil’, & ‘WheatEar’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

New StellrScope Banner design – three designs: ‘Oasis’‘Weevil’, & ‘WheatEar’

Which is your favourite?

StellrScope @ Questacon

Celebrating a Century of Wheat Innovation in Australia from the days of William Farrer to CSIRO Research today

5 August – 1 September, 2013

Open daily between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm

Venue:  Gallery 5, Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre

King Edward Terrace Canberra, ACT 2604 Australia

Admission to StellrScope at Questacon is free (conditions apply,  see www.questacon.edu.au for information

 

 

 

 


StellrScope Exhibition

StellrScope Exhibition

StellrScope Exhibition

StellrScope by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Celebrating a Century of Wheat Innovation in Australia from the days of William Farrer to CSIRO Research today

5 August – 1 September, 2013

Open daily between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm

Venue:  Gallery 5, Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre

King Edward Terrace Canberra, ACT 2604 Australia

Admission to StellrScope at Questacon is free (conditions apply,  see www.questacon.edu.au for information

Hot Seeds will be running in conjuction with StellrScope in August

Hot Seeds @ CSIRO Discovery Centre

Posters: StellrScope & Hot Seeds

Posters: StellrScope & Hot Seeds

A Series of Artworks Celebrating the Centenary of Canberra, Science Art Commission Residency, StellrScopE, at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

6 August – 1 September, 2013

Open:  Mon – Fri  9.00 am – 5.00 pm    Weekends 11 am – 3 pm

Venue:  CSIRO Discovery Centre

North Science Road, Acton ACT 2601

www.csiro.au/discovery

 

 

 

 


Indestructible Weevil

Titanium Weevil by Eleanor Gates-Stuart in collaboration with Chuong Nguyen & Sherry Mayo, CSIRO

Titanium Weevil by Eleanor Gates-Stuart in collaboration with Chuong Nguyen & Sherry Mayo, CSIRO

Titanium Weevil produced in response to researching wheat grain pest and information from the Australian National Insect Collection at CSIRO.

Given the insect body structure and capacity to survive in huge silo’s of grain, the opportunity to use titanium was an ideal material, especially to investigate CSIRO’s 3D titanium adaptive manufacturing.

Weevil Feed, Titanium Insects by Eleanor Gates-Stuart in association with Sherry Mayo & Chuong Nguyen, CSRO

Weevil Feed, Titanium Insects by Eleanor Gates-Stuart in association with Sherry Mayo & Chuong Nguyen, CSIRO

The insects were achieved by advanced scanning techniques and Micro CT imaging with Dr Chuong Nguyen and Dr Sherry Mayo and adaption in MAYA by Eleanor Gates-Stuart.

Expertise on weevil insects by Dr Rolf Oberprieler and Dr Eric Hines, CSIRO.

Bugs on Exhibition @ Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre Gallery:   Embracing Innovation Volume 3

Other posts on Titanium Insects:

Titanium Insects

Beetle Mania Larger Than Life

3D-Printing Giant Bugs Out of Titanium For Science

Giant 3D Printed Bugs Shed Light on Insect Anatomy

3D Printed Titanium Bugs


Beautiful Mutant

Image: 'Beautiful Mutant' by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Image: ‘Beautiful Mutant’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

‘Beautiful Mutant’ is the first of the virtual crop series being developed as an artwork for StellrScope. These 3D plants as based on ancestral genes and the experimental cross-breeding of wheat.

 

Image contains a StellrScope Watermark. High Resolution image is available – contact


Wheat & Soy

Image: 'Wheat & Soy' by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Image: ‘Wheat & Soy’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Inspired by seeing wheat grain being processed in the mill through to commercial baking. Amazing experience of Australian food  industry (milling to baking) production on a huge scale and investment in quality.

Acknowledgement:

CSIRO

George Weston Technologies


PlantSeedMan

Sketch for 'PlantSeedMan' by Eleanor Gates_Stuart

Sketch for ‘PlantSeedMan’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

PlantSeedMan

Sketch and Unfinished / Rough Cut Sequence for ‘PlantSeedMan’ Installation
Video collage based on future food and wheat as part of the StellrScope Science Art Project.

Video composition using 3D kinect body scanning by Chuong Nguyen, Installation Prototype with Matt Adcock and Dulitha Ranatunga, Video and artwork by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Raw sound files from wheat footage filmed in location @ CSIRO – https://vimeo.com/64972299


Massive & MAGICal

Massive and MAGICal – ‘MAGICal Wheat’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart in collaboration with Dr Sherry Mayo, CSIRO.

On-going StellrScope research on wheat structures and visualising the wheatear. Sherry produced a 3D micro-CT scan of a section of wheat and Drishti to render the data. MAGICal A is merged with the movie file – both image files are connected to 3D spatial data of wheat, its DNA and growth.

This movie file is a preview to the forthcoming, CSIRO informed science art works StellrScope at Questacon in August and at the CSIRO Discovery Centre.

 


Visualisation Wheat in 3D

Image: 'Wheat Section' by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Image: ‘Wheat Section’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

This image, shown as a 2D image representation of a wheatear, is in fact, composed from a CT Scan and rendered through 3D software, Drishti and Maya.

The 3D images are to be used in artworks for the exhibition at Questacon – Maya version shown on eleanorgatestuart

Original CT Scan by Dr Sherry Mayo (CSIRO)


IMPRINT: New Technologies & Alternative Media

IMPRINT Article, 'StellrScope' by Eleanor Gates-Stuart & Clive Barstow

IMPRINT Article, ‘StellrScope’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart & Clive Barstow

Article: StellrScope, the Centenary of Canberra’s Science Art Commission by Eleanor Gates-Stuart and Clive Barstow

IMPRINT, The Journal of the Print Council of Australia

New Technologies and Alternative Media

Autumn 2013   Volume 48   No. 1 Pages 30/31

Journal available: http://www.printcouncil.org.au/imprint/imprint-autumn-2013 or via Contact

Cover: ‘MAGICal_B’ 2012 by Eleanor Gates-Stuart


Surreal Plant Structures

Image, ‘Wheatear3y’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

WheatEar images created as part of on-going 3D scanning process to recreate Wheat Crop models.  ‘Wheatear3y’ is a reconstructed composition of plant structures to provide a sense of internal / external structure and beauty of the wheat plant.

Here are a series of three structures illustrating the surreal plant structures as developed for StellrScope Collection.

Image, ‘Wheatear4′ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

Image, ‘Wheatear2′ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

Image, ‘Wheartear3’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

The three ‘Wheatear’ images create a stunning large scale installation / projection piece as in the uncanny rescaling of nature

Image, ‘Wheatear3x3’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

Reference: Original wheat scan by Dr Chuong Nguyen.

 

 

 

 


Stems

‘Stems’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

Busy working on a new series of images. ‘Stems‘ is a detail section from one of the recent 3D images created around the William Farrer Field Books. Currently collecting more plant samples and preparing for high-res’ scans.

 


BioWheat

BioWheat, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

3D image, BioWheat, a bioinformatic variety.

Research data “Heatmap” from Dr David Lovell (CMIS, CSIRO).

David Lovell: The underlying texture is a drawn from a “heatmap” that depicts the similarity of gene expression profiles over a time course experiment

Data-Heatmap, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart in collaboration with David Lovell (CSIRO).


Supreme

Supreme, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

‘Supreme’ – Celebrating scientific innovation and experimentalism

Image Reference: William Farrer’s Field Diary – National Library of Australia


DNA

DNA, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

DNA‘ modified and related to ‘Sequence1


WheatScape

WheatScape, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

The strange world of ‘WheatScape’……and the ‘Wild Ancestors’

Mock-up stage and concept development towards new 3D imageworks


First Crop

First Crop, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

‘First Crop’, this is a 2D representation of a 3D virtual crop. (Work in progress)

©Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 


Image Analysis – Sequence1

Sequence1, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

 

Image analysis study – ‘Sequence1′

New series of images relating to the mapping of research data and simple rules of colour matrix

 

Image References:

(Wheat chromosomes and bread wheat homoeologous G-Based chromosomes)

Appels, Morris, Gill & May, Chromosome Biology, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.

 


Farrer Insights

Visionary, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

‘Visionary’ dedicated to William Farrer

Image references William Farrer’s Field Notes (National Library of Australia)


Grains

Grains, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Grains … A closer view – resistant starch

Note: Embedded grain scan provided by Steve Jobling (CSIRO) 


VisSketches

ScienceScape

VisSketchI, by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

ScienceScape

VisSketchII, by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

VisSketches I + II, Concept development in progress

Reference: 3D scanning provided by Chuong Nguyen (CSIRO)


Wheat in Time (Rough Cut)

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Wheat in Time, Video by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Using StellrScope wheat images to research low tech’ motion and spatial concepts.


Compositional Blends

Compositional Extract I, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Compositional Extract – Blend I & II…….. a mixture of relative data and balanced ingredients

Compositional Extract – Blend II, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart


BreadScape

BreadScape, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Multigrain slice of bread

Measure and elasticity of dough


9x9x9x9x9x9x9x9x9

Images completed in the MAGICal Series. Click on an image to see slideshow.

Results shown are low resolution images.


MAGICal9

MAGICal9, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

An interpretation of bioinformatical spatial data and image analysis, reconstructed as ‘MAGICal9’.

The context for this series is derived from the original two images, ‘MAGICal A’ and ‘MAGICal B’ – (Mapping germinating wheat grain into flowering spikes).

*1 – 9 is the simple numerical rule for mapping


Sequence of Nine

‘Sequence of Nine’ Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Multiple image representing ‘Sequence of Nine’ … the visual reconstruction and test series in MAGICal.


MAGICal (re)Mix

MAGICal (re)Mix, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

MAGICal (re)Mix reflects the image of MAGICal A as an abstracted representation of its bioinformatical and scientific data … a visual remix of cross-breeding in wheat and chromosome characteristics.

MAGICal is a reference to:

CSIRO MAGIC – Multi-parent Advanced Generation Inter-Cross, allows the identification of genes controlling quantitative traits such as loaf volume, by crossing different combinations of multiple parents. The results of these crosses are plants that have a genome which is a mosaic of their multiple parents.

via A MAGIC approach to improved wheat quality.


MAGICal A + B

MAGICal A, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

MAGICal B, Image by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Cycle of Lines


Wild Ancestor

Image: ‘Wild Ancestor’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

The measure of parenthood

 

Image reference: Colin Cavanagh (CSIRO)


Dynamic ‘Workspace’


Images, ‘Under the hood’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart – Inspired by ‘Workspace’ CSIRO

This series of images were created having experienced Workspace image analysis capability especially with plant industry… seeds and roots.

The ‘Workspace’ is a framework in which you can construct workflows, user interfaces and complete applications quickly and easily. It also has visualisation capabilities for two-dimensional (2D) plotting and for three-dimensional (3D) models. It is designed to facilitate collaboration between groups and individuals and to be easy to extend.

via Workshop: Workspace — CSIRO ICT Centre.


Multiple of Blue

Image,  ‘Multiple of Blue’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Image composite relating to the observation of wheat seed in the research lab.