Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Trees Come Alive at the "World's First" Permanent Digital Art Park

A digital art park, NetPark, has recently opened at Southend on sea in Essex, England. The town, where bands like The Horrors and These New Puritans formed, now boasts the world's first-of-its-kind, which was launched by arts organization Metal and will merge virtual artworks—which can be experienced through a smartphone—with the natural landscape of Chalkwell Park. The virtual pieces—currently there are ten—are geo-located and will be activated by apps and range from sound art to stories, poetry, and augmented reality.  Read more.

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