Goast Ship: a 3D Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam

‘Ghost ship’ is an illusion of a 3-dimensional, 17th century boat, rendered by two intersecting planar projections — beamed onto vertical, perpendicular planes of water. With a specialization in the creation of additional, optical dimensions, Romanian architecture collective visualSKIN have been able to materialize not only nocturnal mirage in the low-lit urban landscape but also a retro-futuristic hologram, simply using water curtains and old-fashioned stage lights. The image of the ship wavers with the movement of the wind, creating a dreamy and haunting scene.

Goast Ship: a 3D Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam

Goast Ship: a 3D Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam

Goast Ship: a 3D Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam

Goast Ship: a 3D Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam

Goast Ship: a 3D Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam

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