|Quest for Vision vol.3: 3D Visions / Look into history and future expression
|Written by Takeshi HIRATA
|Published: February 10 2011
Masaki Fujihata "Landing Home in Geneva" (2005), courtesy of the artist and Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
The most noteworthy point of this exhibition is to be able to actually experience 3D binocular vision. It is possible to try a tereo-viewer of the initial anaglyph. The person who cannot be the binocular vision by the naked-eye can also challenge this, too. In the contemporary artists' exhibition, you can als view their works by wearing special glasses for experiencing it as an interactive element.
|Last Updated on February 10 2011