Virtual Reality- Cultural Implications


Publication Title
Science.jrank.org
Publication/Creation Date
April 25 2019
Creators/Contributors
Randall Packer (creator)
Michael Naimark (contributor)
Bill Viola (contributor)
William Gibson (contributor)
Pavel Curtis (contributor)
Laurie Anderson (contributor)
Marcos Novak (contributor)
Jenny Holzer (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Art
Description
Using a touch screen monitor and interactive display, the viewer navigates the streets of Aspen, exploring the environment virtually by controlling the direction and speed of the video. The Aspen Movie Map was Naimark's first exploration into what he refers to as "surrogate travel," in which the viewer is transported virtually to another place. Naimark's research opened up new interest in virtual forms of navigation in real or imagined places, in which the possibilities for nonlinear storytelling and interactive experience might alter our perception of time and space.
HCI Platform
Carryables
Location on Body
Eye
Marketing Keywords
Neuromancer, Xerox PARC
Source
https://science.jrank.org/pages/11562/Virtual-Reality-Cultural-Implications.html

Related Objects
Neuromancer
Date archived
April 25 2019
Last edited
May 4 2019
How to cite this entry
Randall Packer. (April 25 2019). "Virtual Reality- Cultural Implications". Science.jrank.org. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/index.php/Detail/objects/3784