Gallery of Lightvector paintings

Lightvector paintings are a new form of imaging, made possible by lightspace rendering, as described in the book:

`Intelligent Image Processing''
published by John Wiley and Sons.

Lightspace rendering is a new genre of visual art that grew out of wearable computing and mediated reality in the 1970s.

Here are some examples of lightvector paintings; click on icon to go to medium sized image; click on that image to go to fullsize image:

Here are the submission rules that I've tried to impose on myself to make this gallery visually consistent and useful as an existimological framework. Right now this is just a note to myself, but as I expand to include work from others, this self-imposed visual design style may also help make things more consistent overall.