1 March 2013 Time cognition: inside and outside the holographic space
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During the Renaissance, man placed himself in a vantage point to organise the sensorial data of the surrounding world that expressed the supremacy of his viewpoint; the man of the twentieth-first century is looking at the world as a whole from its orbit, not from inside like the Renaissance man did with perspective, but from outside, to have a entirely new view and to be able to explore and control it more firmly1. These concepts are examined and inform a series of Digital Art Holograms and Lenticular technology based on different geometries for image capture, using the HoloCam Portable Light System, with the Canon camera angled toward the floor, according different angles and different heights. Based on these geometries, some concepts of time and space are artistically explored. This artistic concept of time and space explores a method to improve the rendering of holographic space by designing forms that appear within real space.
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Isabel Azevedo, Martin Richardson, Luís Miguel Bernardo, "Time cognition: inside and outside the holographic space", Proc. SPIE 8644, Practical Holography XXVII: Materials and Applications, 86440S (1 March 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2005182; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2005182


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