Anaglyph is a 3D display system that puts multi layered digital information into a spatial order. The installation augments a physical setup with digital information by using the well well-known red/cyan stereo projection system to generate virtual 3D constructions. It consist of a 4m x 8 m curved screen, a simple Kinect camera and 4 laser projectors, to create an interactive and immersive environment that allows a display of data in the form of text,images, drawings and sound. The unique features of the AnaGlyph installation are its sculptural haptic-digital quality and its spatial architectural navigation system.    

Assoc. Prof. Uwe Rieger

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The University of Auckland

School of Architecture and Planning
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