Monday, March 22, 2010

Foot in the Door 4 in 3-D

High-tech! The MIA tweeted a pretty cool link today. Photographer David MaCauly has documented the galleries at the MIA's Foot in the Door 4 exhibit and morphed 'em together via Microsoft Photosynth, an online service that allows you to mash your pics together to create a 3D scene that viewers can move around in. Basically, it allows for a zoom-in-able 360 degree view of the entire installation. Pretty darn cool. The exhibit remains on view at the museum through June 13th.

We're already playing "name that artist."

And just for fun, here's a YouTube vid of a project we did with Clement Shimizu a couple years ago for for a two-projector installation at the Soap Factory that calls to mind local art overload.

Submitted by @letoilemagazine

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