Radial Perspective (patent pending).
The great artists have always been the ones described as visualisers, those with the gift of drawing form imagination (of course this gift, without skill, can be a hollow blessing). Imaginative artists have always been aware that perspective as we experience it is curved. This is why the great comic artists have always loved to draw superheroes in explosive action, with both anatomy and buildings twisted into unexpected shapes.
(Patent no. 2004/0756) is a system of mathematical measures that is capable of rendering a perspective identical to any camera lens, from fish eye to telephoto, as well as the human eye or even the eyes of birds or insects.
The most spectacular use of the system of radial perspective will in fact be in computer applications, where the computer will now be able to match the vision of the artist or of the camera, creating compelling images of virtual reality demonstrably more convincing than anything to date.
The system of radial perspective is particularly suited to any computer simulation of the subjective camera, in games, such as first person shooters, motor racing and flight simulations, and in film, such as 3D animation and special effects of the "Spy Kids" and "Lord of the Rings" style.
A computer model for the Radial Perspective system is under development. Anybody interested in finding out more about this model is invited to get in touch with Ryno at firstname.lastname@example.org