Optical Resonance Based on Surface Geometries

thumb_17657_0078.654Just as acoustic resonance is characterized by the geometry of the space in which the sound energy is encapsulated, the shape and reflective properties of the projection surface can cause resonances to occur in an optical reaction as well. The effects of optical resonance are more pronounced on irregular projection surfaces, for example the contours of skin covering the human form. Under precisely controlled conditions, resonance patterns can be generated for every individual that are as unique as fingerprints, based on the distinctive geometry of an individual body’s structure and qualities of dermal reflection. The changes these unique geometric forms take while the person is in motion — dancing, talking, even breathing calmly — adds yet another dimension to the visual “reverberation chamber” that is each person’s vessel in life.


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