Alain was born in Brussels in 1960 and studied graphics at Saint-Luc.
Currently, he lives in Liège and is responsible for the OUTLINE Graphic Designers studio, which focuses on traditional graphics.
He also gives visual communication and panoramic photography classes in the Haute Ecole Albert Jacquard (bachelor in computer graphics) of Namur, Belgium.
In 2002, Alain produced some unusual anaglyphical VRs that require the viewer to wear glasses with one red lens and a cyan one.
In 2004, Alain published "La Grille / The Grid", an easy method for a precise location of the entrance pupil on a DSLR camera.
In 2005, Alain won the "First International Digital Anaglyph Contest - Dabiri Award 2005".
dabiriaward2005.uw.hu / (click on the blue points / red/blue filter glasses needed)
In 2009, the House of Science (Liège) ordered to him a relief image in a “View-Master” type (2 separate views) for the exhibition “Diversity of Primates”.
Here is an anaglyph version > www.outline.be/stereo/PrimateAnaglyphe800.jpg (red/blue filter glasses needed)
In december 2010, Alain created a stunning 360° spheric anaglyphe panortama and in high definition of the Liège-Guillemins railway station imagined by architect Santiago Calatrava.
www.outline.be/stereo/Guillemins3D_HD / (red/blue filter glasses needed)
In april 2012, Alain has created a magical 3D high definition virtual tour of Saint-Jacques church in Liège (Belgium).
If you want to fully enjoy this work, just put red and cyan anaglyph glasses on your nose and use fullscreen and zoom to appreciate details !
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