Gazing at the 'rooms' used for the Vector Space installation, a person will see columns, walls and more as though they were standard spaces. In reality, the laser lights create the illusion of such structures through the strategic placement of smoke and shadow.
Created by new media artist Jayson Haebich, Vector Space is quite impressive. Playing with perspective, it uniquely treats lasers in an architectural manner. Haebich reveals, "I started using lasers a few years back for music events and quickly realized the potential to use them in a more artistic way." Filled with light sculptures, Vector Space is certainly artistic.
Using the same template, Vector Space is comprised of a one-point perspective that is divided in half and a vanishing point that occupies the center of the image.
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