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In order to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the death of Italian Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci (April 15, 1452 to May 2, 1519), Shanghai 3D printing culture museum presents a huge painting of Mona Lisa by 3D printing.
Leonardo da Vinci is a famous Italian painter and scientist. Together with Raphael and Michelangelo, Da Vinci is also one of the representatives of the whole European Renaissance. This 3D printed Mona Lisa in memory of Leonardo da Vinci was displayed in the hall of the fourth phase of Shanghai wisdom Bay science and Technology Innovation Park, with an overall size of 4550 mm * 3500mm * 45mm, which is the largest 3D printing pixel painting in the world.
This Mona Lisa is a new attempt to combine art and science. Through it, we can truly feel the charm of omniscient Da Vinci, interpret the homology of science and art, and fully tap the extension value of art itself.
The pixel painting of Mona Lisa was 3D printed and nylon material was sintered by SLS laser. A total of 130 units were made, each of which was 350mm * 350mm * 45mm. Behind this painting, a set of automatic image conversion, AI automatic fractal, computer automatic modeling, and batch 3D printing file production system are developed. It can automatically fractal and optimize any picture according to the required elements. First, the original painting is divided into 130 pieces, and then each piece is divided into five kinds of small units. Through AI method, any picture can be decomposed into desired elements. For the 3D model file of automatic modeling, the number will be generated in the upper left corner of each model for production and assembly.
The inspiration of 3D printing digital mosaic pixel painting comes from the pixel art in 1970s. At first, this kind of pixel painting art form was used in the field of computer game design, forming the initial design language and visual presentation form of computer games. This granular art style has been used in many works of art, such as LEGO versions of classic and iconic pop art, and many artists have incorporated 3D printing technology into their visual effects to produce more personalized effects.
Through 3D printing, experts have been able to provide art lovers, students and tourists with a new way to appreciate the works of a century old, and even help achieve good careers, such as providing unique opportunities for the visually impaired. Experience masterpieces by creating 3D blueprints of 2D images.
Shanghai 3D printing culture museum is exploring how to use 3D printing technology to enhance the art industry. By displaying the pixel like Mona Lisa, the museum can get rid of the traditional viewing experience and adopt a widely recognized work in a different way. Museum experts try to imitate Leonardo da Vinci's black-and-white design, as well as the subtle transition between light and shade, resulting in a unique color and visual illusion, which continues to attract people's attention to the mysterious smile of the characters in this painting. The pixelated art works will bring different and unforgettable experiences to the participants. With the continuous exploration of the function of this technology by China's 3D printing community, it will continue to innovate and develop.
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