Sta­tic ana­log animation

For this project we devel­oped an ana­log tech­nique in which it is pos­si­ble to let an image change 4 times in a sin­gle frame purely based on the chang­ing per­spec­tive of the per­son walk­ing by.

Archi­tec­ture and pub­lic space

This tech­nique offers great inno­va­tions in archi­tec­ture and pub­lic space, we are cur­rently devel­op­ing it fur­ther for these pur­poses. Imag­ine chang­ing pat­terns on walls of build­ings or images that appear, trans­form and dis­ap­pear purely based on you, as a per­son walk­ing by.

Vergeet niet te ver­geten / Do not for­get to forget

”Vergeet niet te ver­geten” is a 4 line poem that unveils itself while walk­ing down the stairs. You can only read the full poem by walk­ing the stairs, each descend is a change in per­spec­tive and will result in another line of the poem. Com­mis­sioned work made in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Mark van Cromvoirt and Bel­gium poet/writer Peter Ver­helst for the project ”Uit­geschreven ruimte” orga­nized by BKKC.

Vergeet niet te vergeten

Four phases of the animation

The final sketches:

Sketch 1: Vergeet niet te ver­geten
Sketch 2: Je bent mooi als je danst