Future Cinema

Course Site for Future Cinema 1 and Future Cinema 2: Applied Theory at York University, Canada

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Throughout the course we have studied VR and AR and their potential to enhance reality and create new experiences. In Augmented Reality, Papagiannis distinguishes between VR and AR, stating that AR does not trade our world, rather it combines the digital with the actual. Both, however, aim to alter or augment our reality in one way or the other. Do you believe that there is more potential in one, either AR or VR, to create and construct new ways of thinking and new experiences that have a postive and influential impact on the world?
Papagiannis discusses the augmented human as a time when technology is seemlessy embedded into the body. What are the implications of such movement and how will regulation surrounding such technologies work?

Throughout the course, we have studied VR and AR and their potential to enhance reality and create new experiences. In Augmented Reality, Papagiannis distinguishes between VR and AR, stating that AR does not trade our world, rather it combines the digital with the actual. Both, however, aim to alter or augment our reality in one way or the other. Do you believe that there is more potential in one, either AR or VR, to create and construct new ways of thinking and new experiences that have a positive and influential impact on the world?

Papagiannis discusses the augmented human as a time when technology is seamlessly embedded into the body. What are the implications of such movement and how will regulation surrounding such technologies work?

Wed, November 29 2017 » Future Cinema

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