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KENMARE

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RED BLENNY MR

Augmenting the Sustainable Marine Environment

Bringing Kenmare Bay's marine life to Life!

ecoTELLY is an 'augmented reality' public art piece created and developed by artist Vincent Hyland of Wild Derrynane. It allows you to explore Kenmare Bay’s Marine Life through your mobile device (currently android only).


Encounters with species are told as stories and are visualised through the use of video, enabling you to interact with each of the panels and find out more about the amazing coastal wildlife that swims, flies and dives under the waves of Kenmare Bay’s Special Area of Conservation.

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Ecotelly Channel 1

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Ecotelly Channel 2

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Ecotelly Channel 3

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To download the App choose ecoTELLY_Kenmare.apk (for android only) below. Make sure to temporarily allow app installs from external sources. Once the download completes choose install and open to launch.

To interact with the cube point your device at each of the individual cube faces. Press play. When complete swipe back and point at the next face (and so on). 
 

ecoTELLY  - Public Art Piece

The larger than life ecoTELLY - public art piece consists of 3 stacked cubes with a total of 12 faces. Made of stainless steel and aluminium the faces depict marine life and their habitats from jellyfish to seabirds to marine mammals, fish and other sealife. 

SAMPLE VIDEO CONTENT

Little Cuttlefish

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The wonderful Little Cuttlefish can be found throughout the length and breadth of Kenmare Bay.

Little Cuttlefish are one of the smallest cephalopods to be found throughout Kenmare Bay. They are masters of camouflage, changing their skin colour and tone by contracting or expanding their cells that contain pigment (chromatophores). They are attracted to dive lights at night and when threatened they shoot out ink or bury themselves. The question is, 'What amazing adaptation do they employ to completely hide themselves'?

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ecoTELLY created by Vincent Hyland. Made using Vuforia and Unity

SCRIPTING, PROGRAMMING, DESIGN, LAYOUT, VIDEO, AUDIO, SCRIPT WRITING, NARRATION, PHOTOGRAPHY, VIDEO / UNDERWATER VIDEO, ILLUSTRATIONS, ARTWORK, EDITING by VINCENT HYLAND

COPYRIGHT © 2017-2022 Vincent Hyland All rights reserved.