This model looked at spatializing a montage. Rather than reconstruct the actual interior architecture (the kitchen, its appliances, cabinets, etc.), the idea was to construct the architecture implied by the montage. Using a 150X112 pixel rectangle as the projection screen, 11 screens were constructed in virtual space. Their organization (above, below, parallel, or perpendicular) resulted from the different camera positions of the montage. Also, each screen was connected to another screen to maintain the montaging of the clip. Having constructed the frames, the montage was broken down to 190 individual frames each representing one tenth of a second of the movie. These frames were individually mapped onto the corresponding screens in the sequence they appear in the montage. In addition to this, the program allows the viewer to manipulate the 3D environment so that the point of view can change. This ability to change the viewing frame is another way to re-frame the time of the scene. The viewer is no longer a passive observer but an active participant in what he observes. He can view the event from above, below, or within.