In Darwin’s Garden: an evolutionary exploration of augmented reality in practice
AbstractThis chapter discusses the rapid developments in augmented reality and mixed reality technologies, from a practitioner’s perspective of making the augmented reality sculptural work In Darwin’s Garden. From its conception in 2012, to its exhibition at Carbon Meets Silicon II in 2017, the advances in augmented reality technology led to an interplay between the goal of the creators and the technological realisation of that vision. The art, design and technology involved, generated a reactive process that was mired in external influences as the accessibility to augmented reality became commercially valuable and subsequently restricted. This chapter will be of interest to anyone who wants to understand more about the possibilities, technologies and processes involved in realising mixed reality practice and about the commercial culture that supports it.
CitationSummers, A. (2020). ‘In Darwin’s Garden: an evolutionary exploration of augmented reality in practice, In Earnshaw, R., Liggett, S., Excell, P., Thalmann, D. (Eds). Technology, Design and the Arts - Challenges and Opportunities. Springer International Publishing
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