The next best thing to visiting Anandala is experiencing it in Virtual Reality. It’s a place that wouldn’t exist at all without Kevin’s masterful imagination, artistry, and technical skill. Anandala is a utopian universe that wants you (!) to bliss out. JK
Would you share five recommendations for other artists working with technology and generally curious people?
Book – Permutation City by Greg EganAwesome Science Fiction dealing with uploading consciousness, evolving artificial life, simulated worlds, and many of the associated philosophical issues.
Food – Ghee! I’ve always liked butter, but I like Ghee even better and it’s good for you! 🙂
Artist Website – SnowMack.com The greatest most awesome and creative artist ever! My wife, Snow Mack!
Song – Shape Space by Ma and Pa Fringe
This is a theme song for my VR art that I wrote and recorded with my wife for fun. :-)There’s a few other songs there from when we had our band, The Fringe, back in the ’90s. 🙂 https://mapafringe.bandcamp.com/track/shape-space
Instructional website – When I started making art with technology there weren’t any books or classes and the internet didn’t even exist yet, so I got used to experimentation and harassing people who knew what I wanted to know. These days of course, I find all manner of great information and inspiration on the internet. I tend to seek out specific bits of information as I need them from all manner of sources that show up in a particular google search. The sites that come up most are those for the software I use most. Unity and Sidefx Houdini. Oh, and Entagma has some great Houdini tutorials. https://unity.com/learnhttps://www.sidefx.com/https://entagma.com/