Spinning TV Monitor Creates 3D Light Sculptures In Mid-Air [Video]

Student designers push the boundaries of the traditional function of television.

Created by Benjamin Muzzin for his Bachelor Media & Interaction Design at ECALFull Turn explores the third dimension by breaking free from the limitations of a traditional TV screen, more specifically, the frame it sits in. His aim was to give images volume in space, a goal he seems to have achieved quite spectacularly.

The device he created consists of two screens placed back to back, which create a three-dimensional animated sequence that can be seen at 360 degrees. This dual screen is then rotated around a central point at extremely high speeds, manifesting simple shapes at first, and more elaborate kinetic light sculptures after that.

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Be sure to watch the video and see these floating light sculptures take shape out of thin air:

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