aluminum, clay, plastic, hydro dipping, wood, marbled paper and 3D software program
2880 × 1440px
InRoom focuses on image-mapping through computer generated programs in combination with real life applications of transferring images. It uses hydro-dipping; a process in which objects are dipped into a tank of water with a custom printed paper laid on top. As a result the image wraps and sticks onto the object’s surface. Some objects are created out of welded aluminum, hydro-dipped then photographed into a space that is created in Blender while others are purely computer generated and image mapped. The forms rendered on the computer use identical prints as the real ones.