Looking Outwards: Augmentation

by guribe @ 9:05 am 3 March 2010

This is an interesting augmented sculpture. You can read more about it here.

Augmented Sculpture

In January 2010 the Cologne based design agencies Grosse8 and Lichtfrontpresented their cross-media installation titled Augmented Sculpture. The core of the installation is a 2.5m tall wooden form that builds the screen for a 360° projection.

In constant transformation over a score by Jon Hopkins, the 2:32 minute performance is described by Svenja Kubler of Lichtfront as a “mirror of changing realities… a kind of real virtuality arises to confront virtual reality.” I’m not sure what that all means but I really like it.

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