http://amped3d.com/tattooani.gif

When viewed lifesize, a different perspective for each eye… you see something magical that is hard to describe. That’s an AMPED 3D photograph and it just doesn’t come across on a computer monitor, sadly.

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2 Comments

March 23, 2012 · 7:20 am

2 responses to “http://amped3d.com/tattooani.gif

  1. pgargallo

    Would it be possible that the order of the image sequence has been reversed for the generation of the animation?

    It seems to me that the perspective of the photographs and the perspective of the virtual frame are moving in oposite directions.

    In any case, it looks like excenlent work. I’d love to see it live.

    • Yes, this makes it extremely difficult to steal and/or otherwise misappropriate ;^) Each of my pieces as depicted on the web has hidden “secrets” that would make it possible for me to prove ownership especially when others would represent my work as their own. This has been a problem internationally.

      The internet is useless to depict my images – you can infer nothing about them really, unless you have seen one in person.

      All of my images are life size and are crafted to look as real as possible, making the viewing experience something quite unique and in many ways mesmerizing.

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