»Anaglyph« by Béla Julesz | i |
 
creators: Béla Julesz
title: Anaglyph
year: 1960
material:

painting, c., computer-aided

artwork type: painting
Description

To prepare this figure, called an anaglyph, Bela Julesz begins by constructing two arrays of randomly placed tiny triangular dots, identical except that (1) one consists of red dots on a white background and the other of green dots on a white background, and (2) over a large triangular region, near the center of the array, all the dots in the grecn-and-whitc array are displaced slightly to the left, relative to the corresponding red and white dots. The two arrays are now superimposed with a slight offset, so that the dots themselves do not quite su-
perimpose

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