Michelangelo had sculpture. Vincent van Gogh had oil painting. Ansel Adams had film. But who’s going to pioneer augmented reality?At the Minnesota Street Project, a gallery in San Francisco’s hip and fast-developing Dogpatch district, Adobe Systems is trying to kick-start AR as a new medium for artists. Exhibits placed swirling dragons and fluttering butterflies into empty rooms, showed digitized people on miniature real-world accompanied by their animated dreams, and translated a singing opera singer into a wall-size face blasting glowing particles into space.Augmented reality, which overlays digital imagery onto our view of the real world, could be either a techno-curiosity or the next big thing. Adobe, which announced a new AR creation tool called Aero at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference this week, is in the next big thing camp.”Digital technologies are going to escape our screen and become of the space all around us,” Adobe Chief Technology Officer Abhay Parasnis said at a preview of a gallery called Festival of the Impossible, which opens Friday. There’s a lot of AR hype now, but he thinks we’re underestimating how profound the spread of AR will be in the long run. 10 Art with a capital AR AR and its cousin, virtual… Read full this story
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