MA ADM at Resonate 2012
The hugely successful digital media festival, Resonate, took place last week in Belgrade. One of the primary organisers of this event was MA Architecture and Digital Media tutor Filip Visnjic who saw many months of preparation and planning reach fruition in an exciting two days of presentations and workshops.
The MA Architecture and Digital Media were also pleased to contribute by running a workshop looking at stereoscopic spatial effects in Processing:
“Digital Stereoscope” workshop with Richard Difford and Anne-Laure Guiot
Fuelled by digital imaging techniques, 3d cinema is back in vogue. Stereoscopic effects are, however, far from new and the illusion of visual space that enthrals contemporary audiences is little different from that enjoyed by the viewers of nineteenth-century stereo photographs. Taking inspiration from this, our workshop explored the possibility of creating dynamic stereoscopic illusions by combining the principles of the analogue stereoscope with coded graphics created in Processing.
The discussion focused on analogue techniques employed to create and display stereoscopic images before the use of digital technology and on the unique visual experiences that these devices support.
Many thanks to everyone who took part.