Virtual 3D (2005)

Curated by Colin Adair
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What is virtual 3D? It is defined as a computer generated graphic display of depth, width, and height. Everything that exists on this planet has these three properties, but the difference is between physics and computer laws. A big aim of 3D modeling programs is to create realistic images and animation using these three properties. When I say realistic I am referring to 3D realism incorporating the three properties. While humans have found ways to bend the laws of physics, it is much easier to do so when you can create the laws yourself. My exhibit displays work from several artists who use virtual 3D to express their ideas while being unbound by gravity, space and time.

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