Look through the lens of augmented reality on the world around you. The smartphone is a very powerful device in your pocket, and augmented reality technology is here to unfold some of its potentials.
Stu Campbell, an artist and comic book creator, already used augmented reality to tell a story back in 2014 in comic “Modern Polaxis.” And now Stu and his business partner Lukasz Karluk decided to explore an AR as a tool of artistic expression further. ‘Prosthetic Reality’, his latest project, is a book containing works of 45 artists from all over the world. Each work, when you use EyeJack, a free app for iOS and Android, reveals its deeper meaning with the help of animation and soundscape. Campbell encouraged artists to explore all the possibilities of augmented reality technology and do it their own way. As the result, he got a collection of hand-drawn illustrations, 3D animations, and even political narrative. Artist hopes that EyeJack will become the leading distributor of augmented reality art in nearest future. It works with all sizes and can fit it within the smartphone’s screen. It gives an app potential for a street art. ‘Prosthetic Reality’ is demonstrated in Melbourne, Australia. The exhibition will be there till March and then travel to Sydney, Australia, and later to Europe.
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