Super 3D is a term that descibes the use of advanced mapping techniques in gaming software to create the illusion of three-dimensionality.
As an animation, it explores how the perception of a space (the Biltmore Lobby in Providence, RI) is based on the position and movement of an individual. More importantly, the perception of the space is transformed by the interaction of the individual with the space itself and with the other people within the space. Ultimately, this project seeks to demonstrate that the true nature of reality may look and behave differently than how we perceive it. This concept stems directly from the notion that three-dimensional space in games is created by two-dimensional mapping.