Still-, moving-, and 3D-images

3 03 2010

Today at the University for the Creative Arts research seminar I was asked if I was going to include moving images. I was also asked, via email, whether I was considering 3D images.

At VADS over the years we have had many discussions about representing real world objects as digital images, and whilst you can have detail views, it is not quite the same as being able to rotate and view an object. I have been reminded of the work done by the 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network, and the excellent Computers in the History of Art conferences.

In answer to the questions, my focus is primarily still images, but I would hope to extend this research to moving and 3D images as part of a future research proposal. I am sure I will also find cross-overs with these areas which will be noted in the final report.

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