Checkout out how students from the Parsons School of Design - The New School, New York, are creating new realities in ARki.
Students from the Parsons School of Design are pushing the boundaries of architecture and design by imagining new landscapes in augmented reality! These new landscapes blend digital models with real-world environments, exploring the juxtaposition of physical architecture and digital design in Augmented Reality.
School: Parsons School of Design / School of Constructed Environments
Class Spring 2022: Digital Spatial Narrative
Professor: Hyon Woo Scott Chung
Supporter/Collaborator: Maya Georgieva - Xreality Lab
Students: Ethan Seemungal, Chevy Chanpaiboonrat, Zhenyuan Qun, Yinjie Shi, Mimi Jarrunpattana, Awassada Ariyaphuttarat, Erika Szapiro, Nia Murray, Kura Yoshino, Nam-Y Nguyen, Ceylin Suner, Brenda Chavez
Augmented reality has the capacity to re-define space, create new programmes, and change the existing uses of architectural space. As we enter the next era of digital design, designers can embrace the opportunities that exist in alternative realities, and challenge how space can be extended through mixed reality technologies. Beyond visualisation, designers can create interactive, and responsive landscapes in MR, which will engage and serve communities in the metaverse.
The next generation of designed environments are just as digital as they are physical, are you ready to embrace architectural design in the metaverse?
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