“The 2.5 Dimension”

September 30th, 2008 by Jan

“High-dimensional spaces occur in mathematics and the sciences for many reasons. These are abstract spaces, independent of the actual space we live in. The state-space of quantum mechanics is an infinite-dimensional functional space. Some physical theories are also by nature high-dimensional, such as the 4-dimensional general relativity and higher-dimensional string theories.”

Whoa, I assure you my “2.5 D illustrations will be way less complicated. But more interesting than a two dimensional image, and more unique than a convention three dimensional model that sits on a shelf collecting dust, my image deconstructions will find the space in between the two.

Meant to be hung on the wall, the resulting data will be laser cut in acrylic sheets and layered many inches deep via aluminum rods assembled with stainless allen head fasteners. The result will be totally unique, and add mechanical depth to the subject while casting shadows upon itself and the wall.

This piece is to commemorate Kimi Raikkonen’s 1st Formula 1 world championship at the helm of Ferrari’s F2007.

This edition will be limited to 27 examples.

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2 Responses to ““The 2.5 Dimension””

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  2. RYErnest Says:

    Nice post u have here :D Added to my RSS reader