Augmented sculptures: what you see is not what you see
Artut, Selçuk Hüseyin (2015) Augmented sculptures: what you see is not what you see. In: 4th International Conference on Arts and Technology (ArtsIT), Istanbul, Turkey
Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-18836-2_17
The idea of Augmented Reality Technologies enhances our ability to perceive a location with additional 3D visual elements. A point of interest becomes meta-constructed with addition of extended layers via augmented space elements. Augmented Reality presents us a virtually enriched version of a visually noticeable reality world which already exists and can easily be seen. In this article, in addition to questioning the representative existence of the art object in the work of art called “What You See is not What You See” which is created by Augmented Reality technique, the methods being followed for Augmented Reality production technique are examined in details.
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