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2.5D Printing


2.5D Printing

Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D Applications
The Wiley-IS&T Series in Imaging Science and Technology 1. Aufl.

von: Carinna Parraman, Maria V. Ortiz Segovia

98,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 13.08.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9781118967331
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 272

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A guide that examines the history and current state of 2.5D printing and explores the relationship between two and three dimensions 2.5D Printing: Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D Applications examines the relationship between two- and three-dimensional printing and explores the current ideas, methods, and applications. It provides insights about the diversity of our material culture and heritage and how this knowledge can be used to design and develop new methods for texture printing. The authors review the evolving research and interest in working towards developing methods to: capture, measure and model the surface qualities of 3D and 2D objects, represent the appearance of surface, material and textural qualities, and print or reproduce the material and textural qualities. The text reflects information on the topic from a broad range of fields including science, technology, art, design, conservation, perception, and computer modelling. 2.5D Printing: Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D Applications provides a survey of traditional methods of capturing 2.5D through painting and sculpture, and how the human perception is able to judge and compare differences. This important text: Bridges the gap between the technical and perceptual domains of 2D and 3D printing  Discusses perceptual texture, color, illusion, and visual impact to offer a unique perspective  Explores how to print a convincing rendering of texture that integrates the synthesis of texture in fine art paintings, with digital deposition printing  Describes contemporary methods for capturing surface qualities and methods for modelling and measuring, and ways that it is currently being used  Considers the impact of 2.5D for future technologies  2.5D Printing is a hands-on guide that provides visual inspiration, comparisons between traditional and digital technologies, case studies, and a wealth of references to the world of texture printing. Please visit the companion website at: www.wiley.com/go/bridging2d3d.
About the Authors xi Series Editor’s Preface xiii Preface xv Acknowledgements xvii About the Companion website xviii Introduction xix 1 Defining the Field of 2.5D Printing 1 1.1 What is Texture? 1 1.1.1 How to Quantify Texture 2 1.1.2 How do Artists Convey the Appearance of Texture? 3 1.1.3 How the Natural World Mimics the Appearance of Texture 4 1.2 Measuring Texture and Colour 6 1.3 Images, Pictures and Reproductions 9 1.3.1 The Anxiety of the Reproduction 11 1.3.2 Reproducing Images: Tools of the Trade 12 1.3.3 Reproducing Images: Colour and Texture 15 1.3.4 Reproductions versus Forgeries versus Copies 15 1.3.5 Are Facsimiles and Replicas Important? 17 1.3.6 Copying from Old Masters 19 1.3.7 Technical Examination of Artworks 20 1.4 The Authenticity of the Image and Object and Perception of Things 21 1.5 Current Industrial and Mechanical Methods to Reproduce the Appearance of Texture 24 1.5.1 2D Printing Methods 24 1.5.2 The Emergence of 3D Printing 25 1.6 Conclusion 28 References 29 Bibliography and Further Reading 30 2 The Past 35 2.1 Introduction 35 2.2 Artists’ Observations on the Appearance of Illumination 36 2.3 Artists’ Conversion of Images into Relief 39 2.4 Artists’ Exploration of Different Sculptural Relief 41 2.4.1 Examples of Degrees of Projection 45 2.5 Coloration of Relief Surfaces 51 2.5.1 Visualising and Reconstructing the Past 57 2.6 Examples of Artists’ Approaches to Representation and Reproduction of Texture 58 References 66 Bibliography and Further Reading 67 3 The Present: Materials, Making, Capturing and Measuring 69 3.1 Introduction: Universal Knowledge 69 3.2 The Relationship of Digital Technologies, Knowledge of Materials and Skills 70 3.3 Methods to Capture and Measure Texture 78 3.3.1 Commercial and Specialist Scanners 78 3.3.2 Scanning for Cultural Heritage 82 3.3.3 In Pursuit of Standards: Metric versus Quality 84 3.4 Methods to Represent the Appearance of Texture 85 3.5 Physical Material Libraries 90 3.6 Methods for 2.5D Printing 92 3.6.1 Analogue versus Digital 93 3.6.2 Materials for Printing 96 3.6.3 Printing Functional Materials 102 References 105 Bibliography and Further Reading 108 4 The Future 115 4.1 Introduction 115 4.1.1 The Future of Education in Art Design and Sciences 115 4.1.2 The Future of Materials and Manufacture 116 4.2 Circular Economy and Sustainable Manufacturing 117 4.3 Worldwide Print Connectivity 119 4.4 Mass Printing for One 120 4.5 Security Printing 122 4.6 Conclusion 123 References 123 Bibliography and Further Reading 124 5 Case Studies 127 Case Study 1: Nature Printing in the Nineteenth Century 127 Case Study 2: Wallpaper Design 133 Wallpaper Printing Processes 134 Case Study 3: 2.5D Printed Tactile Books and Artworks 142 Examples of Tactile Images that Incorporate Multiplatform and Digital Print Technologies 148 Case Study 4: Coins and Medals 151 Making Coins 152 Medals of Dishonour Exhibition British Museum 155 Case Study 5: Capturing Texture of Paintings for Museum and Heritage 157 Visualising Surface Texture Through the Combination of 2D and 3D Data 157 Workflow: 3D Scanning and Processing 158 Generation of Colour RTI Images 158 Generation of Colour 3D Models 160 Case Study 6: Textiles 161 Case Study 7: Trompe l’Oeil 167 Case Study 8: Marble 172 Case Study 9: Gold 179 Printing Gold in the Digital Market Place 183 The Stafford Hoard and Gold Printing at The Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre, Birmingham Jewellery Quarter 184 Case Study 10: Exterior Decoration Tiles and Ceramics 185 Twenty-first Century Ceramic Tile Inkjet Printing 190 Case Study 11: Microstructural Texture 195 Case Study 12: Painting Machines 203 Computer Simulations for Representing Materials and Objects 204 Direct Manipulation 205 Translating Brush Strokes into Painting Machines 206 Methods of Converting Images into Brushstrokes 208 Brush Strokes and Painting Machines 210 Case Study 13: Analogue Printing Methods 214 Intaglio 214 Relief Printing 217 Lithography 220 Screenprinting 221 Case Study 14: Relief Woodblock Printing 223 References 230 Bibliography and Further Reading 234 Index 239
Dr. Carinna Parraman is Professor in Design, Colour and Print, and Director of the Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. She works with artists, industrialists and scientists on a range of collaborative projects including 3D fabrication and 2.5D printing, ink development, and paper coatings. Dr. Maria V. Ortiz Segovia is the leading scientist of the colour and image processing activities in Océ Print Logic Technologies, France. She is in charge of conducting collaborations and partnerships between Océ and different universities, laboratories and research institutions around the globe.
A guide that examines the state-of-the-art of 2.5D printing and explores the relationship between two and three dimensions 2.5D Printing: Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D Applications examines the relationship between two- and three-dimensional printing and explores the current ideas, methods, and applications. It provides insights into the diversity of our material culture and heritage and how this knowledge can be used to design and develop new methods for texture printing. The authors review the evolving research and interest in working towards developing methods to: capture, measure and model the surface qualities of 3D and 2D objects, represent the appearance of surface, material and textural qualities, and print or reproduce the material and textural qualities. The text reflects information on the topic from a broad range of fields, including: science, technology, art, design, conservation, perception, and computer modelling. 2.5D Printing provides a survey of traditional methods of capturing 2.5D through painting and sculpture, and how the human perception is able to judge and compare differences. This important text: Bridges the gap between the technical and perceptual domains of 2D and 3D printing Discusses perceptual texture, colour, illusion, and visual impact to offer a unique perspective Explores how to print a convincing rendering of texture that integrates the synthesis of texture in fine art paintings, with digital deposition printing Describes contemporary methods for capturing surface qualities and methods for modelling and measuring, and ways that it is currently being used Considers the impact of 2.5D for future technologies 2.5D Printing is a hands-on guide that provides visual inspiration, comparisons between traditional and digital technologies, case studies, and a wealth of references to the world of texture printing. WILEY-IS&T SERIES IN IMAGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IS&T, the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (imaging.org), is an international, professional society that brings together academia, industry, and government to discuss and disseminate information on the broad field of imaging, with particular emphasis on electronic imaging, 3D printing, human vision and perception, virtual and augmented reality systems, color science, image archiving and preservation, image assessment and reproduction, and automated vehicle imaging systems. A major objective of the Wiley-IS&T series is to advance this goal at the professional level by offering the latest scientific and technological developments in the field of imaging to the world-wide community. IS&T hosts a number of annual international conferences to further promote this goal.

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