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NATURAL CONNECTING IMAGE 56 C

(documentation for a 3D virtual voyage) 

Visit to a natural environment (symmetrical and asymmetrical trees, wild flowers and plants, alpine meadows, rocks, little water ponds, mountains, blue sky, clouds...), altitude, approximately 2000 meters.

In the natural world, connectors are provided to facilitate the passage between the different elements (forms, color, light, shade...). The ease of movement from one form to another is so subtle that we are unaware of it, unless we spend a great amount of time surrounded by nature or unified sensory information.

NCI 56, visually speaking, is meant to demonstrate how natural forms complement one another.

The following files do not include written explanations as they are conceived for a visual reading. If you find it difficult to visually read them, it is recommended to view them more than once while listening to unified music (high level of connecting sounds that can help the viewer to concentrate...). They are also meant to be viewed in progression, as each file evolves from the previous ones. The purpose of the enclosed photographs is to document this natural connecting image. To be viewed on a screen (1000 pixels or more) in width. It is recommended to visually read the discovery "transition".

Theory: NATURE PROVIDES A VISUAL BLUEPRINT OF THE HUMAN MIND.

 

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MINIMAL EXPLANATIONS

The two elliptical blue purple ellipses at the bottom of each image are the links to the PDFs. The top one is for one computer screen and the bottom one for multiple screens or a projector. Top (800 x 6000 pixels) and bottom (4000 x 30000 pixels) except for the introduction 56C beforeAfter. The size vary from 768kb to 25.8mb. These files can be printed, quality internet. The diagrams are approximate, technique photography, Fall 2012.

For more information, please download the following word file.rtf (T En 2).

Introduction: NCI 56C before-after (750 x 7500 or 3000 x 30000 pixels), VISUAL EXPLANATIONS.

 

This presentation is not according to East - South - West - North

 

NCI 56-1 a,b,c,d: Views southward, walking south, VISUAL EXPLANATIONS.

 

NCI 56-2 a,b,c,d: Views westward, walking south-north, VISUAL EXPLANATIONS.

 

NCI 56-3 a,b: Views eastward, walking north-south, VISUAL EXPLANATIONS.

 

NCI 56-4 a,b,c,d: Views northward, walking north, VISUAL EXPLANATIONS.

 

The level of fluidity between each image in the following files is lower than in the preceding ones.

 

NCI 56-5a,b,c,d,e: SOLOs (views E-S-W-North, the precise use of the color red), VISUAL EXPLANATIONS.

 

NCI 56-6a,b,c,d,e,f,g : Views of some of the CONNECTING ELEMENTS (little ponds - plants - small trees - portals - slow ascent, little elevation change - mountains - camouflage transition large to small, etc.). A few images that are part of 1, 2, ,3 ,4 are repeated for a better visual understanding, 1a and 6f = some southern and western views from higher ground, VISUAL EXPLANATIONS. 

For those who would like some images of NCI 56 C, please download the ZIPs files.

The non compressed ZIP files: 17.8mb (24 JPEGs, horizontal and vertical images) and 14.5mb (11 JPEGs, panoramic  images). The originals (raw+jpeg) were reduced to 1000 pixels in height (1000 x 443 - 1000 x 3653), quality 11/12.  

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contact sheet & ZIP (14.5mb)

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NATURAL CONNECTING IMAGES (56, 61-70)

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EXCERPTS from NATURAL CONNECTING IMAGES (56, 61-70)

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Are agglomerations of LARCHES (high altitude asymmetrical trees) difficult to burn? 2012

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Regions: Floe Lake area in the Kootenays, British Columbia, Grasshopper Pass and Harts Pass in the North Cascades, Washington. Altitude, approximately 2000 meters. The following information is dedicated to biologists and experts in forestry. These five PDFs files do not include written explanations as they are conceived for a visual reading. For more information please view the following word file.rtf (T En 1). The two elliptical blue purple ellipses below each image, are the links to the PDF files. The top one (750 x 7500 pixels) is for one computer screen and the bottom one, for multiple screens or a projector (3000 x 30000 pixels). The size of these vary from 1.11mb to 17.9mb. They can be printed, quality internet.

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CONNECTING IMAGES (1-30, 31-40, 48-50, 57-60, 71)

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Sensory information of everyday life is the accumulation of personal experiences and those shared with others.

Theory: Unified sensory information of a parallel environment that lets the participants progress toward knowledge.

Theory: Disconnected sensory information of a non parallel environment that forces the participants to almost constantly try to find the parts that can ease passage between the unprepared oppositions (the "anything goes" or almost)

Wishing you unified sensory information,

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