The extraction of three-dimensional measurements from two-dimensional data
Lambda print on forex. Passepartout. Aluminium frame
83 x 153 x 3cm


The making of one frame of the movie 'Arranging, Moving, Rotating, Packing' - a sequential 3d scanned movie based on poses of classical sculptures and a packing algorithm.

The scanning was done with a process called photogrammetry which creates a 3d file out of photos of the 'object' from different angels.

This specific created 'stop motion sequence' consists of 8 poses and their corresponding trajectory - which was translated in a total of 200 steps. This stop motion was recorded in a 3d scan studio consisting out of 128 dslr camera's. Which resulted again in a database of 25.600 images. Hereby one frame is being displayed.

So the final movie was made out of a database of 25600 images.

Dancers: Vera Goetzee, João Dinis Pinho, Daniel Barkan, Patrick Schmatzer
Choreography: Marjolein Vogels
Coding: Ahmed Magdy, Anton Bakhirev, Michael Fogleman
Technique: Th3rd

With the support of: Mondriaanfonds, AFK, Stichting Stokroos, Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds








The extraction of three-dimensional measurements from two-dimensional data
Lambda print on forex. Passepartout. Aluminium frame
83 x 153 x 3cm


The making of one frame of the movie 'Arranging, Moving, Rotating, Packing' - a sequential 3d scanned movie based on poses of classical sculptures and a packing algorithm.

The scanning was done with a process called photogrammetry which creates a 3d file out of photos of the 'object' from different angels.

This specific created 'stop motion sequence' consists of 8 poses and their corresponding trajectory - which was translated in a total of 200 steps. This stop motion was recorded in a 3d scan studio consisting out of 128 dslr camera's. Which resulted again in a database of 25.600 images. Hereby one frame is being displayed.



Dancers: Vera Goetzee, João Dinis Pinho, Daniel Barkan, Patrick Schmatzer
Choreography: Marjolein Vogels
Coding: Ahmed Magdy, Anton Bakhirev, Michael Fogleman
Technique: Th3rd

With the support of: Mondriaanfonds, AFK, Stichting Stokroos, Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds