Double vision: the integration of printmaking and motion graphics through video mapping

David Lyons, R. Ullah, D. Flatla

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract


Double vision is two 86cm x 86cm prints overlaid with projected motion graphics. It is a collaboration between artists David Lyons and Raz Ullah, produced with the aid of software developed by computer scientist David Flatla. This work enhances the existing medium of Printmaking by using contemporary approaches and new and inclusive technologies that appeal to audiences of varied visual acuities.

Double Vision consists of a set of black and white prints that, when combined with motion graphics that are spatially mapped onto their surface, create potent visual experiences for both color blind and typically sighted audiences. Companion smart devices programmed with specially designed augmented reality software are provided to visually translate the experiences for these two audiences, thereby adding further levels of interaction.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2015
EventIMPACT 9 International Printmaking Conference: Printmaking in the Post-Print Age - China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China
Duration: 22 Sept 201526 Sept 2015
Conference number: 9


ConferenceIMPACT 9 International Printmaking Conference
Abbreviated titleIMPACT 9


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