3D Prints
T W I R L
Sasha Frolova
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Exhibitions
Synthetic perception – new visual code of the 21st century
02.02.2020 Bornholm Kunst Museum
In my research and artistic work, I will study and register the changes in the visual perception of modern mind caused by the influence of the information flow and social networks;the way a fragmented perception is formed and how its hampers the freedom of choice;the loss of the ability for structural and functional analysis; formation of a reflex and sign-based consciousness that may well be a modern form of totalitarianism. The structural changes that music, architecture, theater, literature, language platforms, poetry, and data storage systems underwent in the 20th century are a sign of the change in the perception in general and the formation of synthetic perception and a new visual code.
Technology
Why it is possible for the 3D print to be seen with volumetric effects?
Show
First, a little theory.
Optics
We look at a volume object with two eyes.
Behind the Scenes
Your eyes receive two different 2D images, as viewed from different perspective points. The left eye looks from its own position and sees image "A", the right eye from its position sees image "B".
Processing
The brain processes and combines the flat images "A" and "B", creating a single 3-dimensional image.
Lenticular
The Beginning
From the start, we have two 2D images "A" and "B" of one 3-dimensional object, taken at a different angle.
Preparation
We cut them into strips, and then we sequentially arrange these strips into a single image.
Alternating sequence
Lenticula Store creates a Print using alternating sequences A and B to make one whole image.

Lens
From this point, we take the image and place a film/thin lens over it.
And Voila!
Thanks to the fact that our eyes look at a lens under a different corner, each eye sees only one picture. The left eye sees only the image "A", the right eye - only the image "B".
Behind the scenes
Your eyes receive two different 2D images, as viewed from different perspective points. The left eye looks from its own position and sees image "A", the right eye from its position sees image "B".
Processing
The brain processes and combines the flat images "A" and "B", creating a single 3-dimensional image.
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