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3DVisA Index of 3D Projects: Art Education

The Canadian Inventions 3D Mural

This is an example of art created by children using 3D Analglyphic Graphics. To celebrate Canada Day in July, 1993 children were invited to an activity workshop at the Harbourfront Centre, Toronto. They created two-dimensional drawings which were assembled into a three-dimensional mural. Two-view photographs were also taken and included in the stereo mural to form a centerpiece dedicated to the history of Canadian inventions.

The software was developed by Mystus Exhibits, a multimedia company specialising in interactive exhibits.

Project dates: 1993

Artwork status: ?

Contributors: Matthew Bates, Mystus Exhibits, Toronto, ON, Canada; children et al.

Sources and further details:

3-D Analglyph, Mystus Exhibits website.

Record compiled by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel. Last updated: 11 September 2006.

3DVisA gratefully acknowledges the help of ...... with preparation of this record.

Mystus and 3DVisA, 2006.

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