How does an 3D painting with optical illusion work?
You have probably seen it once on the street or on the internet, a ground painting in which the illusion is created of a torn ground with an abyss there, an object that seems to stand upright or something that comes up from the ground. This form of optical deception is called anamorphosis or anamorphic and is the key to creating one optical illusion.
When applying the design we use a formula that calculates how the design should be distorted for the desired 3d effect from the chosen viewpoint. In practice, this means that a ground painting with optical illusion is often stretched enormously. Because of this deformation, when creating an 3d street painting, a minimum ground surface area of approximately 25 to 30 m² is required.
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