I think, I feel, I experience – creating new artistic impressions in augmented reality
For many art fans, the possibility of experiencing art is nectar and ambrosia for their artistic soul. A phenomenon without which their life would be like a bottomless pit of sorrow and despair. And just as Fryderyk Chopin needed a piano, Jan Matejko needed a brush, and Adam Mickiewicz needed a pen and a scrap of paper, so the connoisseur of art needs to feel it. Nevertheless, current times throw up a number of challenges that we have to meet in order to be able to delight in outstanding works of art again.
“The Devil is not so black as he is painted” – how to combine physical art with augmented reality
In one of the last articles, we wrote about augmented reality and how it can improve our lives in the future. The next questions which we will ask are how do artists use it and how does the audience react to it? In other words - you do not need to have a master's degree in computer science in order to create such art.
Enriching city life with the AR app
Nowadays, watching interactive stories, high-quality internet video content, or countless filters that we can put on our faces in real-time has become our everyday life. When it comes to delighting our senses, technology is only gaining momentum and will offer us more and more as hardware capabilities evolve. What is AR (augmented reality), how does it differ from VR and what can we expect from this technology in the near future? Let's get started!
One small step for technology is one giant leap for art. Building an artistic future in a digital world.
Mostly we associate art with “oil on canvas” like Stańczyk hanging in The National Museum in Warsaw or “Profile of time” by Salvador Dalí, which once upon a time was standing in front of Wrocław Sky Tower. However, along with the development of the technological world, art also found its place in the virtual space. What does contemporary art look like in the era of digitization, and what will its future hold?
What do Matejko, NFT, and virtual art galleries have in common?
The creative process has been the same since the dawn of time. An idea is born in the head, and then with the help of colors, sounds, or words is transferred from the mind of the creator to the world of mortals. So far, technology has supported creators primarily by providing tools that allow them to create abstract things, such as 3D animation. However, there were no methods of selling them effectively, especially when it comes to unique and unrepeatable works, such as paintings - until recently.