Saccade Based Display: and the 3D objets d’art
2015.11.16 – 11.28
Here we present Hideyuki Ando and Atsushi Watanabe’s “Saccade Based Display” and the 3D objets d’art of Koji Okuda.
Within a second, the human eye moves rapidly, orienting towards multiple objects of one’s vision. This movement of the eye is known as saccade. The speed of each movement is 0.05 seconds. Between each movement, hundreds of beams of light are made to flash. In this way, a beam of light becomes a surface on the retina, enabling one to see a two-dimensional image.
Creator: Hideyuki Ando, Atsushi Watanabe, Tetsutoshi Tabata, Maria Adriana Verdaasdonk
‘Three Dimensional Printed Objet d’art’
An objet produced by a 3D printer. For Koji Okuda, the 3D printer is an agent that faithfully and meticulously assists an artist in expressing his/her vision.
Okuda’s almost godlike workmanship finishes off the piece, a synthesis that heightens the quality of this objet d’art.
Creator: Koji Okuda