Living Landscapes (2014-2015) was a series of animated projection paintings, made alive through the addition of moving details, and through live adaption to the viewer's perspective.

A number of know paintings were cut up their landscape 'plans' (foreplan, middleground, background, etc.), and loaded into a perspective algorithm. Through live 3D-scanning (with a Kinect), the projected plans were made to move according to the viewer's perspective. The resulting effect was that of old theater coulisses. A number of subtle effects were then added to further enhance the experience of looking into a live painting: moving birds, rising smoke, running water, slamming drums, and even clair-obscur lighting effects or thunderstrucks.

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