Scrawl Studio meets Virtual Reality – BCM325

Originally posted here.

In BCM325, we are encouraged to address the world of future cultures, and with my previous Digital Artefact ‘Scrawl Studio’ I am advancing into the world of virtual reality (VR). In doing so I am working with multiple softwares including Adobe’s Photoshop and After Effects, UOW’s TAEM Virtual Gallery and Unreal. With this artefact I hope to investigate how the world of art and VR will combine to heighten gallery experiences whilst also being easily accessible in the comfort of your own home.

Would love to hear your thoughts.

Cheers,

Caitlin

3 thoughts on “Scrawl Studio meets Virtual Reality – BCM325”

  1. Alright, this idea is really neat and I’m a little jealous. I was super tempted to work with VR for my DA but I haven’t worked with it before and I am horrible with technology so I decided to go in a different direction. That being said, I am very eager to see your completed project. I really like your vision for the future of art- the idea of adding the artist voice overs and having virtual avatars capable of voice interaction, this will add a personal touch that I don’t think you get walking around in an actual gallery. Is this something you will implement in Scrawl Studio, or is this more of a suggestion as to what the future might look like? As I said earlier I’m really new to VR, I haven’t ever even used it, so I am very curious to see how this turns out. I found a super cool article, which I’ll link below, that shows that the future of art and virtual reality is really quite limitless, it’s incredible! Good luck with your gallery and I can’t wait to strap on a VR headset and peruse your art collection. 🙂

    https://artsandculture.google.com/theme/mwJiZHf_Y7FfLg

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