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    Title: Applying Illusion on Creation of Pet Dogs Lighting
    Authors: KUO, PO-CHEN
    Contributors: 視覺傳達設計學系
    Keywords: anamorphic design;pet dog lighting;laser engraving
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-09-15 14:30:47 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: In the making period, the thesis selected the Fren With the changes of the society, the size of the pet market becomes too big to be ignored. This suggests that the variety of products for pets on which most people are willing to spend are getting more and more. Thus, through the fusion between visual illusion and pet graph, the study attempts to design the lighting with illusion, and then creates the verisimilitude of the three-dimensional graphs in order to satisfy the need of pet owner’s the lighting design.
    The present study, based on visual principles of art, explores and collects the differences of the visual illusion between monocular parallax and binocular parallax. Then, the results of the literature were generated and applied to the techniques of layer overlapping and crisscrossing, which were made to express the three-dimensional visual effect. The art thesis was divided into two periods: experiment period and making period. In the experiment period, the vector and image were used as the object of expression and discussion, used to analyze the relevant setting values of the image cutting and the layer overlapping. The thesis wishes to present its best three-dimensional effect of the layer between the front and the back. From the experiment results and questionnaire investigation, the thesis discovers that the image identification effect remains the best as the transparent acrylic bars become 1.5 cm, with the distance of 0.5 cm. As the distance between the front layer and the back layer reaches 1 cm, the visual image proves to be most three-dimensional and complete.
    ch bulldog as the research object from the top ten pet dogs, according the keyword searching about pets in Taiwan and American Kennel Club. The thesis applied the above experiment data to the pet-dog lighting made of acrylic in an effort to combine the three-dimensional expression to achieve best visual effect.
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