Tag Archives: Stereoscopy

NEW PUBLICATION ON SIEGFRIED WAGNER

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 »

ESSAYS ADDED

Three renowned essays concerning aspects of stereoscopy by Achim Bahr have been added to the site recently: Anaglyphs Aspects of Stereoscopy Ludwig II – Neuschwanstein – 3D  

3D PROJECT »GUSTRAU«

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 »

BTK/3D-LAB EXHIBITION IN Q110

BTK/3D-Lab is presenting a large stereo-anamorphotic floor-projection which can be touchless interactively operated in real-time by the observer. Four students – Junxin Chi, Katja Hindenburg, Andreas Banholzer, Denis Stahlbaum – and I did the modelling, interaction, user interface, rendering, projection, stereoscopy, and much, much more, in a very intensive project workshop. More over, two other… Read More »