Discussion and Application of 3D and 2D Aperture Problems


In Kinetic art, most visual effects are related to visual psychology. By the mean of literature review, this current study analyzed the dynamics optical illusion between the 3D aperture problems caused by rotating the form with spiral pattern and the 2D aperture problems caused by dynamic flat line from the angle of visual psychology. Based on the results to sum up the similarity and difference of the perception of movement displayed from two different visual forms. Moreover, this study analyzed the structure and discussed about the studies which were related to aperture problems to integrate the thinking and application from different design. The researcher in this study wish to make contribute to some basic theories in kinetic art by making interdisciplinary research on kinetic art and visual psychology.

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Guang-Dah Chen, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Yi-Yin Wang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

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Conference: ACAH2016
Stream: Arts - Arts Theory and Criticism

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