Hi, new to the forum and in need of a bit of help!
I'm working on a piece of art work that will require a lot of maths. I use maths generally in my work whether it be to make a structure or plan out an animation etc... However the maths involved in my most recent idea is a little beyond me (im not great at maths to be honest).
Anyway here is a link to the kinda thing im going to be making:
So basically when you look through the hole (view point) at the front of the cube the figure appears whole and in correct proportions. It might help you to think of the channel 4 ads with the massive number 4 that comes together! Anyway I know objects at the back will need to be larger and objects at the front smaller (but thats about all i know).
It might be worth me mentioning im going to be doing this with objects (not the human figure) on a life size scale in a gallery so as the viewer can walk passed each individual item. For example i could use a door, each item such as the door bell, letter box, door number, door, door frame will be deconstructed and spaces out throughout the gallery, but when the instillation is viewed at a particular point will morph into a whole image.
I would really appreciate any help at all. Im no maths genius so keep it simple if you can.