Virtual Art

Virtual Art

Dot Dash 3 – A New Virtual Gallery Platform

Dot Dash 3 – A New Virtual Gallery Platform

Posted February 15th, 2013

Galleries, Internet, Virtual Art

Dot Dash 3 (“Art” written in Morse Code) wants “to use technology to make thought-provoking art accessible to all. Technology has enabled people across the world, whether they are true art connoisseurs or not to view much more art than what would previously have been… Read More

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Digital Graffiti as Virtual Human City Guides

Digital Graffiti as Virtual Human City Guides

Posted October 29th, 2012

Apps, Photography, Virtual Art

“Look closely and you can find digital graffiti right under your nose: people have daubed videos, animations and comments over buildings and streets around the world. Soon there could be a new type of tag in our cities – cut-and-pasted people – thanks to a… Read More

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Sight – A look at the Future

Sight – A look at the Future

Posted July 28th, 2012

Film, Videos, Virtual Art

A short futuristic film about a world ruled by augmented reality toys made by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo and also a graduation project from the Bezaleal academy of arts. Maybe the world of “Sight” is closer than we think.

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Host Narrates Museum Exhibits — as Augmented Reality Avatar

Host Narrates Museum Exhibits — as Augmented Reality Avatar

Posted April 27th, 2012

Museums, Technology, Virtual Art

“Augmented reality is dazzling when used appropriately. For example, when a tiny James May from BBC’s “Top Gear” explains why the Model-T is an important milestone in modern history, that’s an appropriately awesome use.” Wired: “The Science Museum in London’s exhibit on the Making of… Read More

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Project Paperclip – Augmented Reality Photography Exhibition

Project Paperclip – Augmented Reality Photography Exhibition

Posted February 14th, 2012

Photography, Shows, Virtual Art

Project Paperclip is the first photographic exhibition to use Augmented Reality. The concept was imagined by Portuguese creative Nuno Serrão, and by including the auditory canal, it tries to transport visitors to a state that gives them a more profound interpretation of the photographs. The… Read More

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Put on your helmet to experience “Hyper(reality)” at London’s Geffrye Museum

Put on your helmet to experience “Hyper(reality)” at London’s Geffrye Museum

Posted September 9th, 2011

3D, Museums, Technology, Videos, Virtual Art

Am interesting experiment is going on at the Geffrye Museum. “Embodying the concept theorized by hyperrealism theories, the helmet provides a digital experience, immersing the user in an alternative version of reality seen through the helmet. Instead of having a static point of view, the… Read More

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Augmented Reality – What’s new?

Augmented Reality – What’s new?

Posted August 22nd, 2011

Mobile, Videos, Virtual Art

“Adding the three-dimensional realm of what’s in front to you to a first-person shooter game could make for some pretty entertaining game play. Ball Invasion, an application [iTunes link] for iPad 2, promises just that. Hold your device’s camera up to a flat surface with… Read More

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THE PARADOX OF THE VIRTUAL GALLERY

THE PARADOX OF THE VIRTUAL GALLERY

Posted May 10th, 2011

Galleries, Videos, Virtual Art

“Last month Mike Goldby and Jillian Kay Ross curated and organized the launch of a new virtual gallery project space called Barmecidal Projects with an inaugural showcase called FREE 4 ALL” writes Bad At Sports. “The release of this project occurred in conjunction with an… Read More

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Architecture in Virtual Worlds Dialogue

Architecture in Virtual Worlds Dialogue

Posted April 18th, 2011

3D, Architecture, Virtual Art

Image from Profile Magazine Arch Virtual: “There were more than 42,000 kilometers separating this group if you connected our locations around the globe. For Amr Attia, in Cairo, Egypt, it was 10:00 in the evening. For Judy Cockeram, it was just 9:00 in the morning… Read More