Watch code and projections convey a paper sculpture to life
Paper artwork does not should be flat and lifeless… simply ask Aristides Garcia. The artist lately created an interactive sculpture, Tesela, that makes use of a mixture of 3D projection mapping and tesselation algorithms to forged actual-time, viewer-influenced patterns over 103 paper pyramids. The impact is a bit hypnotic, as you will see under — it is as if the paper has all of the sudden turn out to be a dwelling panorama. You sadly cannot see this in individual in the mean time (Garcia debuted it at a Berlin exhibit in August), however it nonetheless exhibits that the best know-how can enliven absolutely anything, even when it is created from lifeless timber.
SOURCE: Aristides Garcia
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