Still Life Interactive Painting Concept by Scott Garner

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On February 12, 2012
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Still Life Interactive Painting Concept by Scott Garner, set in a wooden framework, the fruits and vases from the seemingly ordinary still life painting begin to tumble each time a user rotates the work. Garner creates the particular world 'inside' the painting using the game developing program unity 3D, where he creates a new scene that consists of a new camera and all desired lights along with objects. this is projected via a flat-screen television screen fixed over a rotating mount. attached to its back is a spatial sensor to detect tilt. a driving program written in H communicates with the sensor and interacts with all the unity 3D scene to respond to users' rotation with the frame.

Interactive Painting
Still Life Interactive Painting Concept by Scott Garner, set in a wooden framework, the fruits and vases from the seemingly ordinary still life painting begin to tumble each time a user rotates
the work. Garner creates the particular world ‘inside’ the painting using the game developing program unity 3D, where he creates a new scene that consists of a new camera and all desired lights along with objects. this is projected via a flat-screen television screen fixed over a rotating mount. attached to its back is a spatial sensor to detect tilt. a driving program written in H communicates with the sensor and interacts with all the unity 3D scene to respond to users’ rotation with the frame.

Wooden Frame 3D Interactive Painting

Scott Garner Interactive Painting Concept
Design by Scott Garner

 

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