Photogrammetry + 360° video
The Fall of the Host
Experience this interactive 3D model of a sculpture by Puerto Rican theatre company Y No Había Luz, titled “The Fall of the Host” which represents the first governor of Puerto Rico, Luis Muñoz Marín.
This piece, part of the exhibition “El Circo de la Ausencia (Absence Circus),” speaks to the history of Puerto Rico, when its governor transitioned the island into a colony of the United States. By looking back on Puerto Rico’s past, this piece draws critical questions about Puerto Rico’s current political status, including: Who benefits from a colonial relationship? And what kind of political identity could Puerto Rico have in the future?
Listen to an exclusive interview with artist Julio Morales as he explains the concept behind the sculpture and reflects on the island post-hurricane María.
* This 3D model was made using images captured with a DSLR camera and rendered in Pix4D software.
360° video: Keystone XL Pipeline Hearing
Through 360 video, experience what it was like to be at Nebraska's Public Service Commission hearing on Monday where commissioners approved a new path, giving TransCanada a win but opening a new chapter in the opposition to the pipeline.
Video by students in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Merika Andrade, Jeremy Davis, Alyssa Mae, Gabriella Parsons, Adam Warner and James Wooldridge.
Editing by Merika Andrade, Aidan Connolly, Jeremy Davis, Karina Hernandez, Gabriella Parsons and Adam Warner.