Finally, the long awaited book “Mediale Räume” (i. e. “Media Spaces”) got published by Kadmos, edited by Stephan Günzel, which contains the audio transcription of my lecture on the Aesthetics of the Third Dimension, originally held on October 24th, 2012 in Berlin. You will find an abstract of the recently updated lecture one page backwards. The… Read More »
In view of the special qualities and their artistic potential, the long-neglected reception of stereoscopy in an art-scientific context – between and beyond painting and sculpture – is indeed an astonishing desideratum. The brief reconstruction of the history of spatial image representation from its beginnings in cave painting to the analog and digital stereoscopy of… Read More »
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 parallax panoramagram. The… Read More »
Accompanying our exhibition in the Berlin Gay Museum, Siegfried Wagner. Bayreuths Erbe aus andersfarbiger Kiste (which means something like: Siegfried Wagner: Bayreuth’s ‘Fairy’ Crown Prince), a new publication of the same title, edited by Peter P. Pachl and me, was published: Siegfried Wagner: Bayreuths Erbe aus andersfarbiger Kiste. The book comes with 100 pictures and… 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.
Since unfortunately the BTK blogs – … where the magic happened … – aren’t continued any more, I just re-imported some main entries of my old two blogs, the Virtual Space Blog, which started on May 5th, 2008, and the 3D-Lab Blog, which started somewhat later on December 27th, 2010, into this one where they… Read More »
Soon in the Gustrow’s Uwe Johnson Library there will be quite a special piece of 3D art to marvel at: Digital & Interaction Design student Katja Hindenburg provided a 3D-model, a stereoscopic town view of »Gustrau« based on the well known copperplate, a bird’s view of 1706. Besides, she was supported by Achim Bahr, lecturer… Read More »
Welcome to the new online presentation of STEREOSCOPICTURES.com to which the former 3Dwebsite is now moving – not only getting refurbished by now, but also becoming completely updated.
In summer semester 2014, upcoming advanced 3D.III course is solely dedicated to stereoscopic animation for the large 180° panoramic projection screen of the TiME-Lab. Due to cooperation between BTK/3D-Lab and Heinrich Hertz-Institute, again BTK students exclusively will get the chance to play around with (and within, as well) the unique and unrivalled immersive environment of TiME… Read More »
After renovation, we recently started running the BTK 3D-Lab again: White walls are now waiting to get decorated with your 3D images, and our latest technical acquisition, the really big LG 47″ 3D screen with – passive – polarized glasses, needs your stereoscopic 3D pictures and animations, as well. If you are interested in what… Read More »