after crit today, newly edited final piece
in an abstract and organic way, represent the data of the three main colour wavelengths and their frequencies in which they are processed through the human eye. REG GREEN AND BLUE(these colours are prodomiatly the colours that make up any colour we see.
lighting tests/finishing tests
FINAL TESTS, TO MAKE SURE A WAVE DEVELOPING FORM THE MIDDLE WORKS.
OVER 1000 PAPER CONES
ARE NEEDED….DAMN MAN, BEST GET CRACKING
1 nanometer (1nm) = 1/1000000000 of a meter
SO FOR INSTANCE-
BLUE HAS A WAVELENGTH OF 450 NM WITH A HIGH FREQUENCY WHILE RED HAD A LOWER FREQUENCY AS ITS WAVELENGTH IS LONGER, 700 NM, SCALING THIS IS TRICKY. HOWEVER IT CAN BE AS SIMPLE AS THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE TWO HIGH POINTS OF THE WAVE TRANSLATED INTO CM.
I.E 70 CM BECOMES THE WAVELENGTH WITHIN MY MOVING INFO-GRAPHIC.
J.VALLEE. LOVE THIS VISUAL.
this and BENJAMIN DUCROZ have inspired me to look into using paper/wood to create my cones.
wave of cones/waves of colour
CREATING A MOVING WAVE
his simplistic use of hand crafted wood, means this piece is simple and beautiful. however it leaves the audience with a “whats the point” as nothing is addressed nor answered. i realise that that is its nature, but i want people to at least grasp an idea of what im showing them. it is speciffically representing the wavelength of colours