This summer the Elastic Spaces team at Concordia University has been using photogrammetric techniques in order to develop 3D virtual models, like the one below. A series of photos of architectural facades are rendered and put together in 3D software. These models of both the Roman Baths in the UK and the Grey Nuns Building in Montreal, are being constructed as physical structures that will help us when doing 3D projections test, and they will be used to further assist Prof. Poullis’ Smart Projection Mapping project.
This website presents Elastic 3D Space, the international research exploring art practices in relation to human movement, from body movements to human migration. Elastic Space is exploring this theme through technological media such as stereoscopy including 3D video, VR and AR and related technologies, as well older media approaches. It takes the projected or tv screen as a given and looks at the space behind and in front of it, in order to research artistic and social possibilities when technical considerations are no longer a barrier.