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Original organization = breathing exploration

The anything goes = breathing confusion, 2012

  TRANSITION 8

(parallel color)

In the natural world, connectors are provided to facilitate the passage between the different elements (forms, COLOR, light, shade...). The ease to move from one element 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.

Parallel color was partially discovered, while residing in Mexico supported by a government research grant, in 1974. Several years were required before clarifying and understanding its importance. This because the present man made world used non parallel color, unaware that there is an option.

The natural color organization is parallel = each element uses its own family of colors which complements the others, and this eliminates visual competition. The left image reflects this simplicity: The red is only used for the apples, the vegetation does not use the color red and the same goes for the blue of the sky.

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HTML

2009

Intro to Parallel Color.

 

90 kb

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évoCoPara

PDF

5/2012

Part of the evolution of Parallel Color, its beginning and polishing, KEY discovery, from 1960-  

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HTML 3/2010

Research in an academic context, parallel versus non parallel.

 

131 kb

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HTML 3/2010

Synopsis "Transition from static to expansionist thinking".  

 

355 kb

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HTML 2/2012

Information on how to measure parallel versus non parallel using games. Possibility for creating games aimed at verifying the brain activities between a parallel and a non parallel background by hitting targets.

 

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For more applications of Parallel Color, please view

COMPARISONS & RESULTS        and         PARALLEL ENVIRONMENTS © 3D.         

The following POWER POINTS are in French and mainly self explanatory because of their image content.

Please save the file and open it with version 2003 or more recent, choose "for reading only", to the right.

PPT 2007

The forms (color carriers), texture, transparence, asymétry...

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2.71 mb

5 min approx

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PPT 2007

Transparent & opaque color according to the natural light, and examples of parallel versus non parallel virtual 2 D images.

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1.88 mb

4 min approx

T Fr 4

PPT 2007

Comparison of parallel versus non parallel 2 D images.

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3.09 mb

5 min approx

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PPT 2007

Comparison of parallel versus non parallel 3 D images (models).

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4.98 mb

5 min approx

T Fr 1

PPT 2007

Measuring cerebral activities #1 (fast), 2 D virtual images. 

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1.64 mb

50 sec

T Fr 1

PPT 2007

Measuring cerebral activities #2 (fast), 2 D virtual images. 

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1.97 mb

83 sec

T Fr 1

PPT 2007

Measuring cerebral activities #3 (medium), 2 D virtual images. 

(16) 960 x 1280

2.18 mb

80 sec

T Fr 2

ANIMATION FLASH 2D & 3 D

2 D 2007

Nature versus cities, 2 D images and compressed sounds, music by and unprepared sounds.

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633 kb

45 sec

T Fr 1

2 D 2007

Towards infinity or the wall of static thinking (2 D), music by Satie.

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1.13 mb

1 min 21 sec

T Fr 1

2 D 2009

Movement of the thought process (2 D), music by Beethoven plus a sound.

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328 kb

 

3.5 sec

T En 1

2 D 3/2011

Excerpt from connecting Image 27 C (2 D), parallel versus non parallel.

1024 x 1280

2.29 mb

 

7 sec

Fr

3 D 2007

Excerpt from connecting Image 27 C, animation by Perreault, and color by Giguère.

parallel version,

non parallel version at 20%

non parallel version at 30%,

non parallel version at 40%.

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5 mb

39 sec

3 D

images

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3 D 2007

Parallel (100%), non parallel (10%), and non parallèle (30%).

2 D static images = 100% - 10% - 30%.

vector

831 kb

3 sec

3 D

images

3 D 2007

Parallel (100%) the above parallel version.

 

vector

1.37 mb

3 sec

3 D

image

TRANSITION 1

(2018)

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TRANSITION 2

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TRANSITION 3 & 4

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TRANSITION 5

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TRANSITION 6

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TRANSITION 7

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TRANSITION 11

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COMPARISONS 41-47, 51-55, and TRANSITION versus man-made 1-

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NATURAL CONNECTING IMAGES (56, 61-70)

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Wishing you unified sensory information,

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