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07/08/2014 11:37 am ET | Updated Jul 08, 2014

Ives Maes on the ImageBlog

Title: 50°18'57'' x 5°22'20''
Material: 3D print in Titanium
Year: 2014

50°18'57'' x 5°22'20'' is the first photograph that has been converted from 2D to 3D. It is a 360° x 180° panoramic photograph of a landscape that has been translated into depth. In principle, it is a 3D scan of the surrounding landscape that has been 3D printed in titanium. It is printed by Melotte Digital Manufacturing and exhibited at ‘The Rockshow’ in Genk, Belgium.

The Rockshow
Emile Van Doren Museum
Genk / Belgium
21/06/2014 – 05/10/2014
Group exhibition
www.uniehasseltgenk.be
www.melotte.be

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