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Year: 2018
Advised by Michael Young
This project envisions a possible future when surveillance images are fused into 3D models through photogrammetry. I took different data sets, including interior surveillance images (rendered), Google satellite views, and photos from the street, to generate various 3D photogrammetry models, each providing a biased point of view on the boundary of the Exxon building lobby at 1251 6th Ave, New York city.
The project further explores the representation of point clouds. As 3D photogrammetry data is flattened into 2D drawings, I selectively retain some features in order to have different representational affects, in the spectrum between informativity and aesthetics, documentation and reinterpretation.
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