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A zoetrope is a spatial flipbook: 3D-printed, plastic objects on a spinning disc are animated mechanically and by light through stroboscopic lighting. In Animate Matter, new digital fabrication methods meet techniques from the days when images were just learning to walk.
For the viewer, this creates the magical impression of a stationary, yet fluidly changing object in the space surrounding it. Since no glasses are necessary for viewing, the impression is very realistic and three-dimensional. The object was also on display at the “Luminale 2016” in Frankfurt in March this year.
Prof. Dr.-Ing Oliver Tessmann, DDU
Dipl.-Ing (FH) Bastian Wibranek MA, Wiss. Mitarbeiter DDU
System Media Designer Alexander Stefas, Wiss. Mitarbeiter DDU
Aleksandra Buchalik, Beatriz Romero Colomer, Carolin Schmeel, Giang Le, Kay-Robert Dormann, Leonard Kaupp, Louisa Wenkemann, Samim Mehdizadeh, Sebastian Seibert, Vidal Madrid Guitart, Tue Peng, Zicheng Song
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