Tag Archives: augmented reality

The Sensorium of Augmented Reality

Recently, I’ve been reading a book called, Sensorium: Embodied Experience, Technology, and Contemporary Art edited by Caroline A. Jones. This book explores the connections and implications of the techno-human interface as it is represented in select artworks by artists like Janet Cardiff and Georges Bures Miller. However, the title is what caught my interest in […]

Augmenting Education and Historical Memory in Museums

Last week, I briefly touched on the educational benefits of augmented reality (AR) technologies, and today I will examine how AR is being used within museum exhibition spaces. In previous years, AR was seen to be too gimmicky, however this attitude is shifting and many museums are starting to see its potential related to their […]

Art History is Lagging Behind in the Digital Age

Art History is kind of an oddity in the Digital Age. Unlike its disciplinary cousin, History, it seems to be lagging behind and flailing its arms saying that it needs to make and produce new digital projects yet still seems reticent to enter the digital age. There is a lot of talk about pursuing digital […]