Day 2 - Friday 4th
Digital arts and technology are changing the ways we experience the arts. Through the eyes of artists and artsworkers, we explore some of the digital mediums are providing access to audiences in new and exciting ways.
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Also: ARCORE (from Google) is a good AR/VR code set. And UNITY is a free-to-use 3D art/game/interactive engine/software package.Jason Nelson
Thank you for the link JasonAnonymous
Answer to previous question: Here are a few different ideas for technologies/software to explore: http://projection-mapping.org/software/ for projection mapping software. Gimp: photoshop clone w3schools: learn to codeJason Nelson
How does one learn of available technologies which can be utilised for art?Anonymous
The danger of technology is how quickly it becomes obsolete, in comparison to other art fields. Thoughts?Anonymous
Alinta Krauth: How can the digital be used to create art that engages with the natural non-human environment?Jason Nelson
and can more data be put up by individuals at a later date, ie how will the project evolve (Sue's project)Anonymous
what is Sue Swinburne app calledAnonymous
Will these images and videos be available to view after the panel’s conclusion?Kristel Kelly
We would like to acknowledge the Mulinjali People the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we meet across the Scenic Rim. We pay our respects to elders past and present and future. Through their commitment they have kept alive the memories and traditions of their ancestors to pass them on to the children of tomorrow. First Peoples First.