“A horizontal stereoscopic projection system for working at the artist studio & Mimesis, the function that made the organ” by Simó

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    A horizontal stereoscopic projection system for working at the artist studio & Mimesis, the function that made the organ

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    Stereoscopy is a very strong emotional and esthetic factor in visual arts and can be greatly explored using stereoscopic projection systems. However, due to their high cost these systems are very restricted to artists. In this sketch, I describe a horizontal stereoscopic projection system, inspired in the “Responsive Workbench” (GMD, Germany) and the “Taula estereoscópica” (UPC, Spain ), that is low cost and can be set up in a small studio. In addition, this system has advantages over vertical projection systems as it is shown in Mimesis, the function that made the organ.

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    1. Layer, H. 1980. Exploring Stereo Images: a Changing Awareness of Space in the Fine Arts. In Leonardo 4, 233–238.
    2. Simó, A. 1999. Attractors: Navigational aids for Virtual Environments. In Conference Abstracts and Applications of ACM SIGGRAPH 1999.
    3. Sorensen, V. and Russett, R. 1999. Computer Stereographics: the Coalescence of Virtual Space and Artistic Expression. In Leonardo 32, 41–48.


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