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the on the left you'll see that is there and we were assigned to the gains to to see what's coming up the me thank very much involved control of the like the and I will to talk about 2nd chances looking people was like this under understand new that to this was the question we don't have a lot of quite as well as previously the about given the fact that I growing and so on and on and on and on the what you but is then I can see that handles well the request for a number of people in the utterance of the user those of the background only once the and I want to do is just give you leverage use of computer things of sort of thought well aware of vision with phenomenally good at theory and take advantage of that and it has been used on the way to approach species and it was like to touch it'll be all the use of digital processing for using virtual information included national so about smaller GM Gerald using iconic ones someone's that shows that all and some of ones that shows that help to tell a story on conceptual level and I will also show you some work by all of but that is this a butterfly effect does come and on the and because it sort of can you make sense when done
at Continental that will make final is not necessarily the sort of thing you would that in a coffin collective but it has a significant impact on my approach to museum when I was a teenager at I went to the British Museum of advances in that was I came from only and by way did the the I did go to him john school and the fire based on random graph so long that which is full of data on the case of law and it just didn't want couldn't relate so I I mentioned that information with for all of them that there was a really big fan and this it is a pretty pubescent teenagers 8 you know this is bigger than the model that by the on this is the period before can challenge and that's the fascinated by different cultures somewhere there that the dictionary the and absolutely fascinating about this is that the pictures of the read books about and then you will find that there's nothing really based on this thing that this nominal unlabeled will racism is high the whole experience series and I was interested in and out of the race if you very practical questions for which was released in the culture was about while another region of haphazard the get the some of these may be and 1 at constant flow remember that and I will should have not been contemplated that the whole picture of that but these were very very for the use of very very curious questions also play what they this is why I mentioned because I do because they have for the Quranic here was an innocent but I think we can touch 1 these objects
I suddenly became the tension in the In the Egyptian I think it was the guards shouting from the other and this and that vocal exclamation mark which calls for a series of and realize thousand comes to us and not understanding what Federated 1 individual so why is problem because they have the status of the elements of the fund lots of the and I mean mention this because it is important that the situation and this is exhibitions have this that evolved around the cell they all have have a set of millions of the from calls because there so it's very interesting that look at the way that there is a museum space missions find ways to detecting the objects that can account for this fact that of a very expensive so what I wanted to
just have a quick look at what happens when you go into the next of using here's an example pair the can
will vary in this so absolute governs the exhibition that we understand what we're looking at the painting already and you not strange distilled from all to is what we actually see is that when you walk into but what we actually understand is that so we build a model is in we have to use motions around we want to model we tested the treaty and we understand inherently have to look it was standing in front of the it might be that we approach this information and book or it's incredibly tools from the work we then we and with my and what has to is that we don't have across the perspective of understand possible guess migrant so that's so that influences the way that we attached and establish variable maximized compressing you're things in that every point in images were 1st made 100 because it's something that's you think that this the velocity of loaded hold your clothing inanimate objects on here what's that that's really interesting no is not the because the fall what that the people of the you know they will assume we are visual and culture and a bit of memorized Satan a challenge to recognize them before can be sad but lot of
faith and the problem is as you all know you have thought about it may out something and take something all the Texas and the and everybody gets the and it's really well that might be the takes the pensions and and it's hard to tell that based on the variances we now look at things that we have to explore the variety last year I realized he was a lot new and different underlying processes and to a museum culture has to the extent that this might also call my mother but ostensibly we have to look at around so what what we do not have text that got that a valuable what you can replace the photograph and we inherently understand photographs were you can make castle reproduction facts you reading you places places with the and sometimes you can touch you can contact them by placing behind last in the hands of energy know the idea that order of the sort of so it is possible to use the average test well you can use them as a detection you have nothing between you mandate this is not this is in public next touches all walking and that's a that's a very very useful way water uses of the arch process which might be digital storage requirement of public and 2nd and because of the storage but ultimately it's up to you and anything that we can data and hence there is going to be really useful and actually you might come across this this is successful
transistor that can take it as British Library where find some of them very valuable and place them on line which means you can you will have lot to and you take a lesson flip the page so this a sort of effective response that and you get to have of the contents of the book without damaging will and optimality on the but I have you know like American sign because it is a lot of data I can if it's Jane Austen ready I'm going to text information this is true this is really a stops people from their In this way and it makes success and what I want to watch so that's the 1 that's really interesting thing about presentation this morning about having take digital information and processing hope that all stages replaced you just do what's in the text and
so you might know about this as well as the Virtual Museum of Archaeology all energy at each city there was still open
in summer it has no physical and everything things that I 8 yeah that's how you area which was the last 1 terms about flattened with 2 other days in the most common lost that cannot physical objects but this was that only source of something that is expensive to detect and so you have the moment that you have to go because of budget of billion euros and this talk this virtual museum has no cold at the end the day the information that on the walls and the floors and ceilings as interactive so you don't experience how this city of Barrie I'm not for very interesting it means the workings of rules and the movement of the law and the involved journal of the the a very engaging process using modern technology but interestingly there aware of what where you have to stop technology and technology has to trump curiosity relations with the names of the critical lots of I really ought to try to get a handle on it can be displayed can and it's
a of the this 1 you neutron come across but it is well worth mentioning uh and it's the
having these to minus the analysis 5 by somewhat from and that can be attributed to the best of all the time the last from around the world and this trend is this act gave a good place for people they insisted that the happening as we did with it not and they raises the question of when you look 100 using the light from the questionable whether it's facsimile but this is not the object of this volume must logged in the market I that the opportunity for every musical world that copy all these end users will have this my knowledge of the structure of the original cast look like from the 1 and that's what we the the rise to this moment no it's the borders and cultural borders Africa where it's looking everybody can see on and interesting last
uh I don't offer that he said this principle to read this the the channel 50 nights of my life with the 1 that forget have beauty and have a strategy was to choose a man who view to reconstruct the image through restricted window and despite success it was surface phrasing to reconstruct the image with greater laser light when the what what's relation real objects and light my trees and my days and not but not and we've moved off as you've seen that got focal it's it's like at the time was that um what was actually what I really wanted to highlight the fact that enlightened 3 facts and Andrew about something and looking at each variable and just reproducing the object is you have reduced trees and so content on Monday we have to do that it's very difficult perhaps
1 solution to review things that and this is this is part of the model parameters you just wrote that this was an injury and it's a holographic handshape block whole and it's interesting because L they just should be the people might call friends know that things are supposed to move if they do this called and I reckon the losses waste of energy bill world where it's have but it's a cannot just come and go with what what happens if you what does it look like and so she made this fast and so on but actually the 1st is a way to tell you stories about space which is called so we can use some lot of things like that but we can also use currently trying to the essence of something will tell a story
as piece by Rick so the 2nd element that I just want to briefly touch the game it's civilizational however in the shadow of an object in this case of which assumes the trauma the 1st of was shown on from on the on which they represent 1 of the many of these and so on the last it's this is a relatively small conceptually 1 that can all be tells the story of that complete process it's engages and it's very very simple that prevents it just has with and that's what this is that it's an additional 24 for the snow collection of around will go there and this is the next piece of work with the right after this and the general of the Boston so this is the origin of the of the of the rest were just as interested so you can you can compute so of the
other Australia is because the it's not a lot of the it's about these and the defense selection this something very interesting about reflects the nature of we like to think culture a very attractive looking and that says actually these use that in the result of this is that uh tension is 10 to the topic of this exhibition reason bonds and and also the 1st this is the this is the letter of the President of the Alliance inference of every kind and what stopped at the end of the in novel and the user to the point that people thought that these were like boxes on the wall that they were emitting and and you just say on that 1 part right of the purple line that still life from from 1 of the largest and that is just want to mention it looks like so group thanks with
photographs and what he does is he pauses during viruses so that the whole world so it's not like it's not right it's not text the rest of and by doing that and still process visual perception gold the when you look at the exhibition of his time in that this is a lot of the still in the fact that the fact that the objective of but it was very fast constraints the fractional amounts see their which wasn't there so many don't right hand but perhaps is another way of using this life and when the 2 courses to date and so on and so that you could say that here the reflexive nature is that of these
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of both the similarities to a lot of work and a lot of this is that drunken uncle right underneath it a selection mode the objects on multi consider what is interesting is that they're not necessarily all of this is not the volume of the solution and hence the lack of suitable simply by using the can the time really
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and the a bacteria and know music this the phenomenally successful so let's have a look at it and and follow on the graph and it was just like being at the age of the fusion of the is and the use of various many of which what which calls from and family which is the next year will mark a lot of attention to the very various require now that we remove but this time we have a very sophisticated people looking at I what followed a bunch of good news events which and bangles really excited by the so called it's so uncool not to be excited by this stuff
out there and that is very hard to have their case and the use of instance about 3 months ahead because of the game and the expected world quickly they're usually the generation perspective the visual stimulation question just instant but 1 of the following this that very bad digital gap sitting on the deck of really interesting because the central itself but clearly they're very impressed so I think we're in a situation where we can capitalize on the fact that this is happening because of the fact that the exhibitions being strategies successful the critical period for by the what's interesting is that the which is going from from institutions and for it's not a conventional just as most of the people who have a and it means that a lot of people to get to see this and wouldn't have normally see that so there are cases like this while can form which yeah that's what we might expect from you hear a lot of data the objects we called it useful use object the use of putting in his and I'm just going that what is with the 2nd page but the fact that it said that some in Britain
and the fact that this this is the source of means that there
is a sustainable future so now I think what we have to be so is way you some of the as stated the genetic to take some of the things you see here as movement in a way that allows you going to limit the places things in exhibition context which questions which shows where and use we each have to have which allows those are faced with being and we still have to on so we sort of position the 2 year to do that with a huge amount of interest and but I would spend and so on so the work of this session of get a lot of questions from it has a very small the 1st time in the but and lot things coming the meeting and present project is what and almost all of the different time by season coming and lots of all over the world and a lot of people 1 of do things that actually and because but also a lot of Americans people want to tell people about and I think we've got to point when we technologies and last year he doesn't like you know the plan is necessary to help us there are always so where you can inject funding to push the state of thing as in this we have been putting quite common the this lecture and that's that this page you know show a lot of the load off of the local of national along with the Commission of ion people get it right because he was what we did all that some normal things happen and you have to change that so then we have to look at these things and
I think that we can get up at the
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Title The Perception of Reality
Subtitle Looking at Looking
Alternative Title The Perception of Reality -- Looking at Looking
Title of Series Holography In The Modern Museum (HIMM 2008)
Part Number 1
Number of Parts 10
Author Pepper, Andrew
License CC Attribution 3.0 Unported:
You are free to use, adapt and copy, distribute and transmit the work or content in adapted or unchanged form for any legal purpose as long as the work is attributed to the author in the manner specified by the author or licensor.
DOI 10.5446/20948
Publisher River Valley TV
Release Date 2012
Language English

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Subject Area Information technology
Abstract Much of our understanding of the world comes from looking at the things which surround us. Hologaphy is the first technique, since the invention of linear perspective during the Renaissance, to offer a fundamentally different method of recording and displaying space and the objects within it. If holography reproduces the light which originally came from an object, what is it that we see when we look at the hologram? Does this ‘possible illusion’ have a place in museum culture? This paper explores key historical milestones in cultural holographic imaging, the paradox of looking at, and interpreting, objects which are not actually there and the creative potential, explored by artists, using objects or the space where they once were.

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