Science, Art, Litt, Science based Art & Science Communication

 I'm trying to clear up some confusion

    in communication caused by possible

failure by me of severe rules:

Golden rules of science communication

that Dr. Krishna Kumari Chall

it recalls.

  I present more clearly what I wrote in the chapter:

12. Visual-sense-storming
  about contacting Anthropology Research Centre from the Romanian Academy,

who supported my request to help support me in, my approach dioptical- bioptical, writing

  leadership of the Romanian Academy.


 Romanian Academy, Anthropological Research Centre

no. 852, December 16th, 1994


 General Secretary


Upon the request of engineer Liviu Iliescu, of Bucharest, IOR advisor, author of a theory in the bioptics field, I have examined the numerous studies he published as well as the devices and the tables executed for the development and completion of the field he handles for many years and we consider that his efforts are worth being supported. 

As a matter of fact, the Academy Management appreciated favourably 3 years ago the works of that time. In the meanwhile Mr. Liviu Iliescu continued to study, to complete and accomplish his theoretical and practical instruments, the results of his actions being that the two-eyed imagistic physiology is involved in the brain functionality and in particular in the binocular vision lateralisation /integration process, shaping innovative phenomena and processes… etc.,


psychophysiological mixture of colours,                   retinal cooperation

dynamics of space depth                                             spatial harmony

space and time in bioptical art                                      bispace in  fine art

 remaining sensations or residual impressions              spatial disharmony


all of them benefitting from proper reasoning and demonstration. 


This letter was written as a result of examination

by specialists center anthropology of the paintings

Liviu Iliescu: dioptical bioptical composition.


See link:

3. Bioptical effects, definitions

I wrote that this is the result of the synergistic effects of stimuli

fields of science:

Optics, Binocular Rivalry, Color Fusion Helmholtz Stereoscopy

See link:

2. Binocular rivalry and stereoscopy in bioptical art 



I have tested these effects on the probability of communication hundreds of students

 from the University of Architecture Bucharest

where I lectured in the Department of Visual Communication of prof. dr. arch. Sorin Vasilescu:


See link:  

 About a didactic experiment in bioptical art 


These effects are directly observable in my publications, the vast majority of people

with normal vision including those that use glasses.


So I believe that my compositions are included in Visual Communications.

In publications I describe mainly techniques for obtaining effects, attaching some debatable assumptions,

relative to fine art.


Other confirmations -link;

Confirmation effects dioptical-bioptical applicable in fine art



I think the techniques and styles manner known to date

in fine art as one system.


Knowledge about the system, which involves accumulation of millennia,

are in possession of fine art professionals who are educated in universities,

using traditional methods and the transmission of knowledge directly from the masters to the students.


It is known that an important section of fine art, materials used and techniques belong to science,

and the effects of communication through compositions belong affectivity, where valuations are subjective.


I believe that my proposals induce an evolution of the step in fine art, susceptible

assessed to be evaluated, such as effective as psychotherapy visual


Regarding evolutionary stage that I say give an example.

At the same time (years, '90) without knowing the launch of

artist Damien Hirst fine art compositions with circular spots

I chose the circle to show some effects of the dioptical -bioptical compositions.


Examples of compositions belonging to the artist D. H.


See link;

Mai multe imagini pentru damien hirst spots



Doptical-bioptical composition (sketch) for demonstration; Liviu Iliescu




Compositions with circular spots painted by Damien Hirsh are controversial reltiv to   originality, as well as artistic evaluation.

 Yayoi Kusama: dear Damien Hirst, the spots were my idea.

Yayoi Kusama, the legendary Japanese artist whose dotty patterns inspired

 Damien Hirst’s spot paintings, has criticised artists who don't produce their own work.


 In a rare interview in London, Kusama declared herself a fan of Hirst (PA) 


 However, these compositions are sold at high prices, Damien Hirst is a famous, contemporary artist.


  I present sketch demonstrative, highlighting only the effects can still get extra

through visual communications.

   Artistic comparison does not make sense because

Dioptical-bioptical compositions are in the experimental phase and have not been evaluated artistic.


  The sketch contemplation are observable effects; Binocular Rivalry, Color Fusion, Stereoscopy, accompanied by:

psychophysiological mixture of colors, retinal Cooperation, space and time in bioptical art

dynamics of space depth.


To observe the effects, apply instructions:                                    



About Stereograms

by Gene Levine



PARALLEL VISION: Each eye locks on the image separately but parallel, as opposed to converging as with normal vision. This is the most commonly used way for viewing stereograms.

CROSS-EYED VISION: Each eye views the image separately, but right eye views left side, and left eye views right.


There is much confusion between Parallel and cross-eyed viewing. The effect is essentially the opposite. Eventually, your eyes will tell you which works with what. To the best of my knowledge, all hidden-image stereograms require parallel viewing. All stereograms on this site are made for parallel viewing. Cross-eyed viewing is frequently used for stereo-pairs. Cross-eyed viewing is more likely to cause eyestrain.



Dutour clearly describes binocular rivalry of two outlined colours

 (years 760, 1763). Thus, Dutour describes the effects obtained by their fusion with the naked eyes, by eye convergence or divergence.

See link:

   2. Binocular rivalry and stereoscopy in bioptical art 



  L.Iliescu; Scheme to form the habit of observation with

crossed eyes

The sketch showing the crossed-eye viewing:

With the left eye (Og) the pencil tip is projected to the circle (Cd), and with the right eye (Od) the tip is projected to the circle (Cg), so that to notice three circles, concurrently with the appearance of another image between the two initial ones, which is the fusion image.


Parallel vision

Look at his eyes in relaxed state

Close your eyes to the computer screen ~ 10 cm when you see

three circles and third groups of images instead of two.

Then away from the screen to the normal distance of observation

concentrating always look on the group of images in the middle.



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