A Parallel Image

December 10th, 2009

“A Parallel Image” is an electronic camera obscura, made by Gebhard Sengmüller, in collaboration with Franz Büchinger. It is an interactive sculpture which can capture and display images. On one side is a camera made of 2500 photo senser which are mounted on a 1 by 1 meter board. On the other side there is the monitor with 2500 light bulbs to display to image. In between each sensor and light bulb there is a 3 meter long copper wire. The resolution of this sculpture is of course quite low, but the aesthetic of the device is very nice.

A Parallel Image by Gebhard Sengmüller

A Parallel Image by Gebhard Sengmüller

A Parallel Image by Gebhard Sengmüller

A Parallel Image by Gebhard Sengmüller

found at Hack a Day

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