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Double prismpod test video 004

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Double prismpod: test 004

Yuri Endo 2012

As seen in the first image, I felt as though the images that I could capture from above are slightly blunt and require a bit of styling. As such, for this test, I used an additional light source (a fluorescent light tube) in hopes of creating an cinematic ambience. 

Double prismpod test video 003

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Double prismpod: test 003

Yuri Endo 2012

This is by far my most favorite angle and setting of all. When one animation is played slightly slower ( or vise versa, faster) than the other, the whole installation became much more electric as if two prismpods were interacting with each other. 

Double prismpod test video 002

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Double prismpod: test 002

Yuri Endo 2012

For this test, I shifted the prismpod position from landscape (horizontal)  to portrait (vertical). As seen from the images above, both of the prism created larger rainbow effects than those from the previous landscape set up. However, when one prismpod is either positioned offset from or behind the other, the rainbow effects were reduced to a large degree. 

Double prismpod test video 001

doubleprismpod test 001 from Yuri Endo on Vimeo.

Double prismpod: test 001

Yuri Endo 2012

I added one more prismpod and ran several tests to see the overall effect. When the back prism is slightly offset from the front one, the rainbow effect was added, which resulted in projecting the animation observed through the front more dynamically.