parallax |ˈparəlaks| noun [ mass noun ]
the effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when viewed from different positions, e.g. through the viewfinder and the lens of a camera.
3-dimensional mapping and stereoscopic content
Parallax is an experimental visual artist focusing more on the 3-dimensional mapping and stereoscopic content in his performances.
Stereoscopic moving images have always fascinated him, combined with Music or Dance performances they aim to immerse the viewer in to another realm.
As a technology enthusiast, the use of live streams is a major part of Parallax’s performance, streaming from DSLR’s, iPhones, or 3D sensors such as the Microsoft Kinekt, to create compositions as unearthly and futuristic as possible.
In his video work he customizes and uses 3 Axis Gyroscope Stabilizers AKA Gimbals for a more steady shot also for enhanced camera maneuverability .
As a further leap in video , a Phantom drone came into play. Aerial shots are a new found passion.