Leonardo The Bear visits a museum.
architecture, music and animation by greg tran
With the birth of augmented reality, new environments in architecture are also created. The real and unreal exist in dialogue and the concept of transparency assumes a new role. The typology here allows for a range of digital activities to occur and the icons and outlines indicate which reality is currently active (museum, observatory, theater or arena).
Experience from bear to bear is varied, and the entire pool of experiences changes daily, monthly and yearly. The bears get to bring their own designs/alter existing ones and ultimately help to update and enrich the architecture itself. Similar to an object like the iPhone, the designed infrastructure brings only half of the solution and the digital potential given to users (akin to iPhone apps or software programs) allows for emergent possibility.
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