posted on Jul, 23 2010 @ 03:26 AM
I'm not sure which forum is the best for this, but I'm guessing here.
Some of you might be familiar with an artist named Jim Woodring
. Many years ago I read something he wrote about
a device he created, and I no longer have the source, so I can't link to it, but I will describe the basic idea below.
Woodring created a machine that used mirrors to divide a person's line of sight and then re-direct the views from the two eyes so they eyes would be
staring into each other.
I'm not sure of the exact mechanics of his device, but I imagine you could achieve this effect with a kind of box-like set of goggles. There would be
a divider probably where the nose is, to seperate the line of sight of your left eye from that of your right eye. So each eye would be looking down a
seperate "corridor-like" space. Then at the end of the box, the divider would stop short and angled mirrors would reflect thw two eyeballs into
I am dying to know what this would look like...would feel
like... just think about it for a minute. Pretty freaky, huh?
Has anyone ever heard of, tried, or even owned
Woodring's device or something similar?