ACM - Computers in Entertainment

An interview with Luke Jerram

By Ben Wheeler
Theoretical and Practical Computer Applications in Entertainment, [Vol. 8, No. 1]

DOI: 10.1145/1857940.1857944

“Retinal Memory Volume,” an art installation by Luke Jerram, builds a virtual image of a chair inside the mind of a viewer by using patented retinal after-image technology. The image is built in stages using flashguns passing light through a stencil.

Ben Wheeler interviewed the artist about the piece for Computers in Entertainment. But first, we provide a technical description of the artwork.

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