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A 3D what you say?! One of the many projects we saw at The Last HOPE was the 3D Wiremap by Albert Hwang. The Wiremap, pictured above, is a surreal 3D display made with fishing wire. Yes, that’s right, I said fishing wire. Albert describes it as follows:
The projector throws its beam on an array of vertical wires. From the projector’s single-point perspective, all the wires are evenly spaced from one another. However, due to the randomized dimension of depth, from any other perspective, the wires create a 3d map… The result is a floating, glowing 3d object made entirely of light.
Check out this link to see some videos and read more about the project.
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Word! Thanks for the posting!
I’d just like to make a quick correction. It’s not actually fishing wire – it’s regular ol’ cotton thread. Heh, yeah, that’s right, I said cotton thread.
Anyhow, as I live in NYC I’ll definitely have to drop on by your space sometime real soon.