From New York Times April 2nd 2018 “Sanctuaries of Silence” takes you on a virtual journey into one of Earth’s last remaining bastions of true quiet — the Hoh Rain Forest, in Washington State. Shooting in beautifully immersive 360 video, directors Adam Loften and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee follow acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton as he explores the… Continue reading How to Find Silence in a Noisy World
Sebastian Errazuriz (via BBC) shared images of his protest sculpture on Instagram from “An artist has “vandalised” Snapchat’s newest feature in protest against an “augmented reality corporate invasion”.” From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-41524550
Acute Art collaborates with the world’s leading contemporary artists, providing access to cutting-edge technologies that allow them to translate their creative vision into new digital mediums – including virtual, augmented and mixed realities.
Sound cancellation, to focus on the specific sounds around us
User flow Find Walk/Map – Overview of walk and artist/story info Download map (pre-loads info for walk) Go to start Begins walk – track on map. Map contains dots of locations for walk Device vibrates when at relevant location Information comes up with content/details imposed on landscape Walk continues, repeat 4-7 until end of walk
Using the already established geocaching platform, geocaches are located in key locations with artists trinkets, explaining the location and importance of it. The geocaching collections can either be a ‘traditional cache’, ‘multi-cache’ or ‘challenge cache’. This will mean that people can find individual pieces or can experience a trail created using a series of caches.… Continue reading Geo-Caching for Art