Augmented Reality posters designed for Shanghai Culture Week show the colorful nightlife of ordinary people, with 8 scannable animation and the font named “海派腔调艺术”, educate kids about Shanghai dialect.
To experience the AR, you can download the app from APP STORE to scan the characters on the posters.
3:26 Video Performance, firstly screened in Double Negative Visual Effects, W1W 5QA, London
Dust is an immersive VR experience describe the feeling when I was in the classroom which’s filled with the dust (or maybe not, because my nose is sensitive).
In the digital age, the private space is also shifting to the digital world, and our identity has always its extension somewhere in an immaterial world. Technology and consumerism make us owning too many objects, we don’t know what is private or public anymore.
Network is becoming stronger and tricky: we are all virtually connected but we are losing connection in the physical world. We can’t withdraw from it, otherwise we would be isolated from the rest of the world. We are overloading.