Nicolas Schöffer was born in 1912 in Hungary and lived from 1936 to his death in Paris. He is known as the father of cybernetic art, because he formulated the theoretical foundations of cybernetic art and created the first cybernetic sculpture.
This video created for the Nicolas Schöffer Museum in Hungary shows works of the artist that have never been realized or have already been lost. I reconstructed these works virtually and present the artworks to the public this way in the new building of the Museum so that the viewer can both experience the works visually, as can also learn about their history.
These digital reconstructions are shown with the help of special holographic projection device. The spatial effect is caused by the so-called Pepper's ghost effect.
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