TEAM: Zi-Yang (Ethan) He – British – University of Sheffield
A – reality
How do you define real?
A new world made not of brick or stone, but of 1 and 0 – The information era. We no longer just live in a material world, but a world of digital. A world we start to incorporate with the physical world, with this augmented reality technology.
The incorporation of body and motion had been used in many gaming console, some advance simulation is used as training purposes. This is the base of my proposal.
Blurring the line between what is real and the matrix. Synchronising what you see, feel and experience in the augmented world to the physical world – A new way to reuse existing spaces.
A café in the real world could be a gym in the argument world; while you wait in line could you not be in training? A complete data point implanted, which sync with every muscle in your body with electrical pulses creating a contraction stimulating physical world touch.
The possibility would become endless, systems that allow you to interact in a whole new digital dimension, no longer will we confined to the material world.