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Virtual Reality in the Arts talk and demo @ Anise Gallery.

Virtual Playground is a fun, interactive exhibition at Anise Gallery for the whole family which will run over the Easter Holidays. Allow your self to be transported back in time to the origins of gaming. Watch and play as we make a swift progression through the mediums timeline, as innovation, discovery and the foresight of John Carmack saw the turning point in the history of the gaming industry with the launch of the first Occulus headset.

Culminating in some of the latest interactive experiences, the evolution of virtual reality will be displayed in its various forms. Love it or hate it, it can’t be denied that VR is everywhere and we are only at the dawn of its emergence as a new medium. The possibilities are endless, the experience more powerful than any before – but will it last?

Please join us on the 24th of April 4:45pm – 6:00pm for Virtual Reality in the Arts talk and demo @ Anise Gallery.

Talk | Virtual Reality in the Arts – Experience by Design 

Sharing studio space with Anise Gallery, A-VR are virtual reality experts. Building beautiful and engaging interactive content for a wide range of industries including art , architecture, finance and advertising.

Their team draws upon a variety of disciplines from visual effects, automative design, games development and architecture. Over the years they have produced a wide range of creatively inspired, cutting edge content.

In this short presentation, following a general introduction to virtual reality technology, they will focus on its use in the arts. Using recently completed projects such as In Limbo at the Tate and Gallery in a Box for the London Art Fair they will explain how the technology can be used in the art world.

The presentation will then look at the power of presence on the mind as they examine ‘experience by design’ and what this means.

There will be plenty of opportunity for Q&A and to try out the various experiences and headsets.



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