Category Archives: art

Year of the Snake

When I first developed the Wireframe Stereogram, it was with the intention to make stereograms simple enough to be interactive (as in the IWISTER) and paintable or drawable. My latest painted stereogram is still a fully computer generated pattern, transferred by hand onto canvas (cross your eyes to view it): But my ambition is to [...]

IWISTER #5 – Agent Magneto

Strictly speaking, this isn’t actually an Interactive Wireframe Stereogram, as it lacks wireframes per se. There are only lines, each anchored in one point in space but changing length and turning to always point away from an invisible agent – a bit like magnetic field lines from the pole of a magnet. And the result is [...]

Chinese New Year of the “Loong”

Gong Xi Fa Cai! Today is the first day of the Year of the “Loong”. What’s a “Loong”? You figure it out… ; ) Click on the image for the original size.

IWISTER #4 – Build your own stereogram

This isn’t much as a stereogram, but as a developmental stage of the Interactive Wireframe Stereogram it is significant. For the first time an IWISTER features curved lines (and nothing else). And for the first time you can move around the objects – spheres in this case – using the mouse. There must be other [...]

A well-rounded Wireframe Stereogram

Today I have reached a new milestone in my Wireframe Stereogram development: bent wires. All the previous versions, including all the IWISTERs, had only straight lines and sharp corners, but now I finally got around to figuring out how to use BĂ©zier curves, and this is the first result: Next step: make it interactive…