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Solum

2018

In hyperreal visualization realistic fragments of renderings and photographs may be seamlessly glued together with background elements painted above the render. This technique makes visualization both livelier and more harmonious. It enhances the depth and complexity of space in the image. This combination of 3D rendering, photomontage, and matte-painting mirrors the human visual perception of space. The human eye is in constant motion. Humans perceive the world not as a static picture with linear one-point perspective, but as an endless flow of fragments seen from different angles, which merge only upon reaching the consciousness.

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