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3D Artwalk

Various 3D drawings come into correct perspective as you walk through the gallery
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3D art has been around for a long time, this idea is to have a prescribed path that walks the viewer through the incorrect viewing angle to the correct viewing angle so they can see the picture come into correct perspective in somewhat of an animated fashion.

As you walk through this exhibit following a painted line on the ground, you see various works of art that appear to be bizarre, confusing items and scenes that are stretched and twisted beyond recognition. When you reach symbol of an eye in the line, the drawing, viewed from that point, comes into view as a 3D scene.

doctorremulac3, Jun 13 2015

The walk would take you through the wrong angle first... http://blog.lib.umn.../02/street-art.html
...and lead you to the right viewing angle, and then to the next piece. [doctorremulac3, Jun 13 2015]

Van Gogh painting in vr https://www.google....QKEMER72Z6bK-nEHOXw
[theircompetitor, Jun 13 2015]

This is interesting http://www.unfinish...t-art04-566x424.jpg
Not a drawing but sculptural stuff like this could be included. [doctorremulac3, Jun 13 2015]

Example https://www.youtube...watch?v=ozzA-wkHaTY
[doctorremulac3, Jun 14 2015]

Anamorphic perspective https://en.m.wikipe...bassadors_(Holbein)
Like this? [EnochLives, Jun 14 2015]

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       I like the idea of designated viewing spots as most people don't seem to know how to back up to look at a painting be it 3D or representational.
cudgel, Jun 13 2015
  

       I can't find it but there was an amazing 3D diorama I guess for lack of a better name that only made sense from one narrow viewpoint. I'll keep looking but I really don't know what search terms to use. It was pretty amazing.
doctorremulac3, Jun 13 2015
  

       I don't think the picture would pop at the correct view. The brain would try to process the picture, while on the pathway, ruining the affect.   

       If the 3d picture was on layers, more confusing information could be placed on the layers covered at the correct viewing position.
wjt, Jun 14 2015
  

       No, it works. I'll put up a link.
doctorremulac3, Jun 14 2015
  

       Sounds a lot like the UK Channel 4 TV channel ident. They generally show a cluttered vista of haybales, girders, concrete columns or boxes, but as the camera POV shifts, the numeral "4" is briefly revealed as the objects "drift" into position. This may not be WKTE in the uncivilized areas of your planet.
8th of 7, Jun 14 2015
  

       The main idea is the walkway feature with the marked viewing areas. The walkway takes you through the wrong and the right viewing angles so you get the "falling into perspective" effect.   

       The art might be specifically created to be very hard to interpret from the wrong angle so its a surprise when you figure out what it is.
doctorremulac3, Jun 14 2015
  

       I still maintain, with larger pieces, there is quite a wide angle that the artwork works with a smaller sweet spot being the main objective. Gallery walls, columns on the pathway could limit angles to only show what was intended.   

       A piece that contains two different perspective scenes from either end would be hard to achieve but not impossible.
wjt, Jun 15 2015
  
      
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