New York Photo Festival (3D Multimedia Coverage)
Martin Lenclos created a format for 3D interactive and interpretative representation of live events used for online diffusion. In 2008, in collaboration with Joe and Andy Weitzel, he launched Coverage3D, a platform built to enable online users to “visit” event coverages virtually, getting a sense of the event experience through interviews, streamed video, sound, and photography.
New York Photo Festival website. For PowerHouse Books/NYPH. — The New York Photo Festival is the first international photography festival in the United States. Martin Lenclos and his team interviewed the attendees to hear what they thought and said about each show and the future of contemporary photography itself. The website presents the interviews in a virtual environment comprised of actual photos taken of the festival area in Brooklyn, NY. Imagine a fictional street in D.U.M.B.O. joining the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, a mix of environment with the pavilions curated by Martin Parr and Kathy Ryan, and a few of the satellites pavilions Galapagos art space, the tobacco warehouse… With curators like Tim Barber and internationally celebrated photographers walking the street and photo/video-reportage of amateurs parties, visitors will be able to stand within New York and alongside some of the biggest names in contemporary photography.
— Mix Media