Sheltron is a graphics programmer from Austin currently located in San Francisco. His work uses real time graphics as an education and communication medium, believing that vast amounts of information can be transmitted through computer-generated imagery. Data, audio and natural phenomena can be visualized using 3D graphics in ways not possible until recent history. A graphics programmer by trade, he pushes the envelope using custom GPU programming and rendering systems, pushing maximum bandwidth data straight into your eyeballs. Sheltron can be found experimenting with mixed reality rendering at Occipital, VJing warehouses (and VR) with audio reactive shaders, or creating interactive data visuals for museums.

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3D Web Fest [2017]

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