4D Glass by Jonathan Krawczuk

‘4D Glass’ forges a relationship between an on screen, computer generated model and the actual physical object. When creating a 3 dimensional representation on a computer programme a ‘skeleton’ of the object is formed, know as the wireframe.

In an attempt to fuse the virtual and the physical world, this wireframe has been engraved onto the surface of the glass. This concept sees the computer being used to automate a linear pattern, specific to the object itself.

Designer: Jonathan Krawczuk

7 Comments

  • Tom says:

    WTF? How is that 4D, apologies for my insolence but isnt that just a wine glass with some grey lines on it??????

    • Anonymous says:

      Like when you see one of those 3D cubes,

      But this glasses wouldn't be right to call 3D, because its already physically 3-dimensional.

      If you look at the opening, in the sample pictures, it looks like it goes one way, but could go another way too.
      Its mainly the illusion of the placement.

    • Anonymous says:

      Like when you see one of those 3D cubes,

      But this glasses wouldn't be right to call 3D, because its already physically 3-dimensional.

      If you look at the opening, in the sample pictures, it looks like it goes one way, but could go another way too.
      Its mainly the illusion of the placement.

  • ruffneck says:

    Exactly what?!?

  • Chiscuen says:

    if i understand 4d correctly… it is what u see from the projection from the 2d(shadow) tru the 3d(object)… resulting in some weird and creppy stuff… that make u feel like u dont know if the objet is coming or going…

  • bob says:

    At the very least, it is a good way measure how much drink you want.

  • garrowolf says:

    The glass is 4d so it exists in Time.

    That’s useful.

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