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Re: Projecting panorama on to real life cube face

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  • Aldo Hoeben
    ... As Antonio mentioned, a CAVE is what you describe. They even made them with 4 walls and a ceiling, but these turned out to be slightly problematic in the
    Message 1 of 6 , Mar 1, 2011
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      > Does anyone know if it is possible to project a panorama on to three
      > cube faces in an installation?

      As Antonio mentioned, a CAVE is what you describe. They even made them with 4 walls and a ceiling, but these turned out to be slightly problematic in the sense that humans apparently need oxygen... In a CAVE there would typically be one "main" viewer/person whose head was being tracked, so the perspective could be corrected for what ever position the viewer was in.

      But why settle for a cube? Cubes are boring ;-). You can project onto nearly everything!
      http://fieldofview.com/projects/lights-pictura

      'do
    • Rolf Brenner
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      Message 2 of 6 , Mar 1, 2011
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        Am 01.03.2011 16:52, schrieb Aldo Hoeben:
        >
        > > Does anyone know if it is possible to project a panorama on to three
        > > cube faces in an installation?
        >
        > As Antonio mentioned, a CAVE is what you describe. They even made them
        > with 4 walls and a ceiling, but these turned out to be slightly
        > problematic in the sense that humans apparently need oxygen... In a
        > CAVE there would typically be one "main" viewer/person whose head was
        > being tracked, so the perspective could be corrected for what ever
        > position the viewer was in.
        >
        > But why settle for a cube? Cubes are boring ;-). You can project onto
        > nearly everything!
        > http://fieldofview.com/projects/lights-pictura
        >
        > 'do
        >
        >



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