Talking with artists about visualisation and engagement.
This virtual space represents the “light gallery” application implemented in response to an interview with a well-known Australian artist – Colin Shingleton, in which he described the future of online art installations, where the art work would be subjected to various light conditions, such as sunshine, moonlight and artificial light, to create a changing ambient environments to enhance user experience.
Other virtual art installation involved presentation of sculpture:
and immersive 360 degree presentation of interactive paintings:
For more information see the First Person Art project.
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