Am I standing in front of the camera or not? The face illusion is induced by cutting out a frontal photo along the lines of a profile picture and revealing some persuasive side-elements from the second picture.
This is still a work in progress but the image above will probably become the first part of the new series.
Impression of a small renovation in the kitchen.
The real experiment did not start yet because a few problems occured and a I had to find a new test couple. This gave me the opportunity to test one of the displays myself. The real experiment/pilot-test will start tomorrow evening.
More pictures and a video after the break
Looking pretty good without frontplate (video)…
… but vague with front plate. So we will have to patch this one too.
I bought the white perspex with a thickness of 2mm that, according to the added specifications, did not let any light through. Well this is not true and causes me a lot of problems. The company that sold me this, has agreed with me and gave me back my money, but this doesn’t solve the problem…
back of the display
light leaks at the front of the display (with plastic ‘diffusing’ foil)
Lighting up the words ‘Jij’ and ‘Vandaag’.
But the translucency of the material isn’t the only problem. We tried to make the display as thin as possible in order to increase the light intensity in each box. This assumption was correct. But we forgot that by reducing the scale, the influence of the imperfections would increase. So now we had 3 light leaks:
section through the display panel
The solution is now to use aluminum foil and filler to close the gaps and reflect the light. Also the diffuser would be excluded.