Adding an extra Dimension to static Photography by exploiting Electronic Displays
This is a test post for the blog – loving the site – big improvement from last I looked
I am glad the site is finally up. It will be interesting to get some feedback on the
Hi Victor, What TVs would you recommend as display peripherals and what output method have you had
the most success with?
For now I have used the cheapest LCD units I could find. These often have a duller
screen which reduces reflections. They usually have SD card, USB and HDMI ports
which provides flexibility for image storage. They also usually have software to
enable images to be displayed in a sequence with some delay between images. In
some cases a media box provides greater flexibility
I have a few comments
1. This site is a wonderful example of the creativity of the images of the future.
2. I am very fortunate, not only see these changing images first hand, but to have them
in my own home. Also, I have the changing images on as I entertain guests much to
3. The changing images allow me to enjoy the full experience which is not available in
the static photo shot. I can get totally immersed in the subject matter. Sometimes
whist reading I have the images on and enjoy looking up to see the changes.
Thanks for being a “test site” for this concept. I have learnt much from you and your
The message is clear and the format reads on multiple devices. I liken your cinemagraphs to Qi Wei
Fongs’ Time is a Dimension series where he slices a day in one animated series of photographs
I love how clearly laid out this website is. All information you need/are searching for is easily accessible
and it works great on mobile devices too.
This is great stuff Victor, truly! This is at the pioneering stage , which is exciting in many aspects. The
concepts and outcomes are boundless in this new art form. It is inspiring as it will suit and be applicable
to all the generations! Great work.
An amazing process but what
a magnificent outcome. The
audio definitely adds to the
whole experience. Thanks
I do have fun exploring new ways of presenting images (and sound).
Thoroughly enjoyed the range of your work! Impressive!
Really enjoyed the USA
I watch in wonder at the
amazing Canyon images.
I would love to see more.
Thanks for the wonderful USA
I can’t imagine the Canyon
images are real. Amazing,
doesn’t even begin to discribe
how beautiful they are.
Looking forward to seeing
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