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10 March 2015 Seeing yourself seeing
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Through two temporal modalities, the time of the holographic image (the performance recorded time) and the performance time of the public, we create “a new space for the image”, whose structure is influenced by the holographic images and the public as performer. In the tension between the action space of the participants and the virtual space of holographic images, it exists the time image that goes beyond the issue of the movement and has a direct relationship with the participant’s thought.

In this series of digital holographic images and lenticulars, we are using an old camera Canon IS3 and a new HD Canon, on the HOLOrail, to capture old fashion scenes and other scenes having a “nowadays” look and put them on the surface of the holographic plate.
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Isabel Azevedo, Martin Richardson, Elizabeth Sandford-Richardson, Luis Miguel Bernardo, and Helder Crespo "Seeing yourself seeing", Proc. SPIE 9386, Practical Holography XXIX: Materials and Applications, 93860D (10 March 2015);

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