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lifecast 1

Saltos de línea: life|cast
Pronunciación: /ˈlʌɪfkɑːst/

sustantivo

A three-dimensional representation of a subject created from a mould of their living body: epoxy resin is used to make the lifecasts, which are then finished in bronze
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For each of his personally selected subjects, Ball starts with a plaster lifecast.
  • The students made this lifecast using the George Segal method.
  • The measurements from a lifecast were entered into a computer model-making program that allows her to scale a head to any size with utter fidelity.

verbo (past and past participle lifecast)

[with object] (usually as noun lifecasting) Volver al principio  
Create (a three-dimensional representation of a subject) from a mould of their living body: lifecasting is accurate enough to capture fingerprints, wrinkles, and even hair follicles the artist’s debut features nude human figures lifecast from rubber, bronze, and polyurethane
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Alginate is often used for life-casting, but for this piece a silicone based material is being used.
  • The dancer's body is without doubt a joy to work with and most suited to the art of lifecasting - being both elegant yet well-defined and engraved with fascinating peculiarities arising from years of hard work and repetitive movements.
  • The mould is re-assembled and oil-based clay is poured in to create a pliable version of the bust which can be carefully sculpted to replace any wrinkles or skin texture which may have been lost or damaged in the lifecasting process.

Derivados

lifecaster

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Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Fast forward 20 years and I find myself still inspired by that one photograph in my work as a lifecaster.
  • Find a lifecaster in your area for baby hand and feet casts.
  • A body lifecaster for the past six-and-a-half years, Karen takes moulds of the human form and makes them into sculpture-like works of art.

Origen

Late 19th century: from life and cast1.

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lifecast 2 Saltos de línea: life|cast
Pronunciación: /ˈlʌɪfkɑːst/

sustantivo

A continuous video of one’s day-to-day activities broadcast live on the Internet: he strapped a camera to the side of his head and invited the world to share his unabridged lifecast
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The truly committed could start a 24-hour lifecast of their daily activities reminiscent of television's Big Brother.
  • He is aware of the limitations of the site's current lifecast offerings.
  • Seemingly every move he's made in recent months has been captured and archived in what has amounted to a lifecast.

verbo (past and past participle lifecast)

[with object] (usually as noun lifecasting) Volver al principio  
Broadcast (a continuous video of one’s day-to-day activities) live on the Internet: lifecasting creates an interactive, never-ending soap opera they eagerly lifecast their entire existence via the web
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His ability to lifecast while simultaneously hosting the Oscars was kind of the highlight of my 2011 so far.
  • Jordan now lifecasts for NonSociety, a trio of personality-driven blogs.
  • Paul, armed with a video camera, a laptop, Wi-Fi, and a host of other gadgets, lifecast the whole event on the social networking site Twitter.

Derivados

lifecaster

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sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The audience a lifecaster builds isn't looking to see them fail.
  • I'm a lifecaster, and if you send me a message or go out on a date with me, you may end up on my website.
  • Justin.tv's lifecasters now have the technical ability to broadcast live from anywhere that has wireless Internet service.

Origen

Early 21st century: from life and broadcast.

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