3D VR + STEREOSCOPIC GIGAPIXEL ANIMATION: Haltadefinizione at the Digital Design Days in Milan
From October 10 to October 12, Digital Design Days will turn Milan into the world capital of Digital Design.
Three days of networking meetings, workshops and masterclasses in the new location of Superstudio Più, gathering the most influential Digital Design operators and the most creative international brands. 3000 expected guests, from different industries, cultures, and backgrounds: 50 international speakers, including several real digital design gurus, following one another in a packed schedule of meetings, workshops, and networking activities.
We are pleased to announce the Cross-Disciplinary Workshop
3D VR + STEREOSCOPIC GIGAPIXEL ANIMATION - The “Made-of” … From the Vision to the Museum.
Saturday, October 12, 2019 – 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM (Workshop room)
Super Studio Più - Via Tortona, 27, Milan, Italy
This workshop focuses on trans-disciplinary knowledge creation and strategic collaboration across the fields of art, design, humanities, cultural heritage, science, and technology.
Franz Fischnaller, professor at the Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti in Turin, will present the LSI Project, a virtual reality application that combines experimental digital narrative and virtual storytelling with immersive technologies, multimedia tools and techniques, based on the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. The development of LSI is based on the 16-billion-pixel image created by Haltadefinizione, through which the visitor is able to "enter" the picture at 360°.
Speaking at the meeting, Lucia Panini, Managing Director of Franco Cosimo Panini Editore S.p.a., and Luca Ponzio, founder of Haltadefinizione, now part of Franco Cosimo Panini Editore.
Capture even the slightest details to use in your exclusive publications. Ultra high definition images can take us where the human eye has never gone before. They become essential for large format art books made for students and art lovers.
Come face to face with the great works.Our printed reproductions are made at full size, or 1:1 scale. With ultra high definition scanning in gigapixel format, color reproduction is true and every minute detail is visible just as on the original object.