Ideally located in the gardens of the Palais Royal in Paris, the Joyce Gallery offers original works of new wannabe or confirmed talented designers.

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From May 13th to May 23rd 2015, Joyce Gallery will present Pascal Mourier exhibition named “Le Bureau de Pascal Mourier”

As part of this exhibition, Pascal Mourier and FashionLab by Dassault Systèmes will present an original lenticular picture created by the FashionLab.

Come and discover it!

INFOS:

From May 13th to May 23rd 2015

Every day except Sunday, 1:30pm to 6:30pm

JOYCE GALLERY – 168 Galerie de Valois, 75001 Paris – France
TEL: 01 40 15 03 72

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LENTICULAR PHOTOGRAPHY

Realization: FashionLab by Dassault Systèmes.

The company Alioscopy created this process in 1986, allowing making pictures with relief.

60 points of view have been created thanks to 3D rendering for this picture. Those sixty images are intertwined into one single photography thanks to mathematic algorithms. It is printed in high definition.

Depending on the angles where you are located, the lenses are growing one of the different points of view via a magnifying glass effect.

Each eye perceives a distinct point of view allowing the brain to produce a perfect feeling of relief.

A technical exploit!

An optical illusion!

What is true?

How our brand can adapt itself to deal with all the false information?

Looking for emotion!

 

Backlighted frame containing a “Lenticular photography”.

Dimension outside the photo’s frame: 110 x 80 cm & 4mm of thickness

The 3D design and the shooting have been made by Fashion Lab of Dassault Système.

Sixty images have been generated for this photography, entirely realized by the software CATIA of Dassault Système.

The creations result from mathematical algorithms (concerning the ring) as well as from the trend books from the Comité Francéclat in partnership with François Quentin (concerning the necklace).

The Lenticular Photography has been created by the company Alioscopy which owns the auto-stereoscopy technology (3D without glasses).

The facility has been displayed for the first time in 2013 at Palais de Tokyo in Paris for the exhibition “Reflets” (reflection) organized by the Comité Francéclat.

This post is also available in: French

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