More ideas from 보라
Created by web design company d’strict and located at the Kintex Center in South Korea, Live Park is the world’s first 4D art park. Using today’s technologies such as Kinect, RFID-enabled bracelets and data sensors, it blends reality with virtuality to immerse the user and his avatar (created upon entering the park) into a virtual reality. It comprises 16 interactive installations such as hologram performances, 360-degree stereoscopic cinema, projection square game, & augmented reality.

the world's first immersive virtual reality theme park features a movie where viewers' movements determine the ending, interactive music-making, a supersized moon installation, and virtual reality games.

This art shows the 1846 "Spirit of the First Nations" exhibit for the proposal for Fort Edmonton Park. This exhibit will focus on the importance of the aboriginal culture in the region and use "interactive storytelling."

This art shows the 1846 "Spirit of the First Nations" exhibit for the proposal for Fort Edmonton Park. This exhibit will focus on the importance of the aboriginal culture in the region and use "interactive storytelling.

Michael Craig-Martin presents graphic depictions of three decades of electronic goods

In his first solo show in 26 years, artist Michael Craig-Martin presents graphic depictions of three decades of electronics goods at the Serpentine Gallery

Michael Craig Martin

Dublin-born artist, Michael Craig-Martin, currently has a show of new paintings and sculptures at the New Art Centre outside London in the town of Wiltshire. I especially like the sculptures, which really do look like line drawings of everyday objects.

Looking for a spot where you can work, brunch, chill, dine AND drink cocktails? Make sure to check out the latest

Looking for a spot where you can work, brunch, chill, dine AND drink cocktails?