Because of the exhibition at the Gay Museum, last year we had three portrait busts of Siegfried Wagner in Berlin. On this occasion, we got three-dimensional scans of these busts made in the TU’s 3D-Lab for possible future replicas. From the 3D data of the bust by Josef Limburg I created a large autostereoscopic lenticular… Read More »
This semester, my lecture (Tuesday, 11:30 am to 01:45 pm) at BTK, University of Applied Sciences, Art and Design, will deal with History and Theory of Three-dimensional and Immersive Imaging Techniques, as well – including several excursions to 3IT, HHI, Fraunhofer Institute etc. pp.
Next Monday, January 14th, we are going for a rather spectacular demonstration of the world’s largest wave field synthesis which is held by Berlin Technical University. Though this excursion is dedicated to the master students of BTK mainly, everyone else being interested in new technical inventions in the field of space perception resp. simulation will… Read More »