interference pattens .. when I was a kid I used to walk home along the edge of an old railway and on sunny days the metal fencing along the path produced a similar effect, I used to close my eyes and walk as fast as i dared seeing a stroboscopic red/green/red/green patterning on my eyelids as i did so..
I am a fan of optical illusions. Just last night I was watching on National Geographic two balls running in an X pattern. One pass without noise so you see up-left to down-right and up-right to down-left. Adding a noise just when they overlap, you actually see one going up-left to center to down left and the second up-right to center to down-right. So, I don't trust my eyes
I am a designer, I use it for fast mockup preview of my packaging project, sometimes for simulation of furniturestores, sometimes for simpy product animated presentation, my job is very various but I'm not an expert in modelling I'd liketo know more! Thank you
it sounds like you actually know how to use it and have an interesting job .. it just baffles me but I seem to have a knack for using programs experimentally .. It would take me ages to dissect and explain how i do things or to do the same thing twice ... I tend to watch tutorials then try to use what I learn to create something unusual or evocative .. Often i find 3D modelling to cold and soulless so I enjoy the organic and flowing nature of fractals to experiment with.... now days fractal programs are getting pretty close to the quality of image that you can achieve with these high end 3d modelling programs..which is nice for me