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Title Imperceivable World
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Date Accessioned
Degree MFA
Discipline/Department Art and Art History
University/Publisher Virginia Tech
Abstract Imperceivable World is an immersive multi-media exhibition that allows the audience to explore the imperceivable micro world of various organisms. These microorganisms occupy a space within our world that is so minuscule that it might seem like fiction. A series of short animations are an exploration into how these organisms behave and interact, giving the viewer a brief glimpse into this micro world. Imperceivable World utilizes the Cyclorama, which is a massive cylindrical screen that can display 3D stereoscopic animations which provide the audience a larger than life perspective of these microorganisms. Along with cyclorama Imperceivable World uses the Cube's audio space to give the audience a fully immersive experience.
Subjects/Keywords 3D
Contributors Tucker, Thomas James (committeechair); Paterson, Simone Win (committee member); Webster, Dane (committee member)
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Country of Publication us
Record ID handle:10919/74047
Repository vt
Date Indexed 2019-03-08
Issued Date 2017-01-09 00:00:00
Note [degree] Master of Fine Arts;

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