The Architecture of Performance / The Performance of Architecture

4th-Year Architectural Design Studio at the International
Program in Design and Architecture (INDA), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Studio Professor - Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Virtual Stereoscopic Display: Redefining Performance, by Ekkrit Suwanwong

I redefined the concept of "visual performance", based on the studies of precedents of performance spaces, including traditional theaters, concert halls, musical auditoriums, etc. (Specific precedents are referred in Phase 1 - Performance Space Precedents)

Virtual Stereoscopic Display

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It is an experimental design that attempts to break away from the traditional way of audience interaction within performance spaces. This Virtual Stereoscopic Display involves the audience's interaction via dynamic positions and stereoscopic visuals through red-cyan 3D glasses, in order to perceive the total performance that is being displayed virtually in the center. Consequently, by visual performance, audiences will develop their visual perception and the total experience of the whole performance through 2D anaglyph images representing the content of the performance.

Redefined 'stereoscopic station' for viewing the performance displayed (as in an object form)


On 25th February 2014 was the presentation day in which I have documented a space performing itself with the audiences who are interacting with the design space.

Click here to go to the video webpage