For a interaction design project at ECAL, Benjamin Muzzin wanted to "explore the notion of the third dimension, with the desire to try to get out of the usual frame of a flat screen." Through his studies and experimentation, Muzzin discovered that the rapid rotation of two flat images placed back-to-back creates a 3D animation. He built this machine and created the series of light patterns to be displayed on them. The mounted television screens spin at high speeds and create beautiful, intangible light structures in a piece he calls Full Turn. The shapes that Muzzin is able to create grow in complexity and also incorporate different colors and types of motion, even forming an animation of a moving person towards the end. Watch in awe below:

Full Turn ECAL/Benjamin Muzzin from ECAL on Vimeo.

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