Virtual Archiving


Virtual Archiving a process of selecting artists, makers, designers, performers and radicals to re-enact the way they work. Artists over the years of thinking, playing, discussing, sharing and producing would have built up a certain vocabulary of creating.

Artists looking to learn from history has always helped the future generations

grow and move forward quicker, with more progression.
Virtual Archiving is a place where artist will be documented in a new immersive way to enhance the learning experience.
 

“Archivists keep records that have enduring value as reliable memories of the past, and they help people find and understand the information they need in those records.”

An archivist (AR-kiv-ist) is an information professional who assesses, collects, organises, preserves, maintains control over, and provides access to records and archives determined to have long- term value. The records maintained by an archivist can consist of a variety of forms, including letters, diaries, logs, various other writings, official documents, sound and/or picture recordings, etc.

In the art of Immersive experiences, the first is to emote of feeling of intense invigoration with the fact that they are experiencing something magical.

Secondly being able to select how to view the experience and dictate how to look and see. Lastly, an opportunity to experience history and learn from the ICONOCLASTS of the past.

Virtual Reality gives the viewer a personal experience that you can take ownership of and retain forever as an educational learning experience.

 I like people for their weaknesses and faults. I get on well with ordinary people. We talk. We start with the weather, and little by little we get to the important things. When I photograph them it is not as if I were examining them with a magnifying class, like a cold and scientific observer. It’s very brotherly. And it’s better, isn’t it, to shed some light on those people who are never in the limelight. - Robert Doisneau

Mind games

Electroencephalography Communication through EEG

Brain to brain communication or brain to machine communicaation. Sharing data using minimmal energy.

It sounds like something out of science fiction, but a new technology is allowing individuals with disabilities to communicate using their brainwaves. This development comes thanks to Smartstones’ new mobile sensory speech app, which can be connected 

to an EEG headset that lets individuals reach out to others via ‘thought messages.’

https://futurism.com/think-speak-headset- lets-people-communicate-using-brainwaves/ http://www.kurzweilai.net/first-brain-to- brain-telepathy-communication-via-the- internet

 An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test that detects electrical activity in your brain using small, flat metal discs (electrodes) attached to your scalp. Your brain cells communicate via electrical impulses and are active all the time, even when you’re asleep. This activity shows up as wavy lines on an EEG recording.

 

Create a space that is different from daily life, allow your customer to engage with Colart in a meaningful way. Adults carry with them the innate desire we all experienced as children: to play and to pretend.

This is not a childish desire, but a human desire. Where do customers want to be transported? In some ways, we want to go to a place that feels new and exciting, but perhaps what we want more is to be present and experience our true self.”

‘Use Details To Make Your World Feel Big And Alive’

Use Details To Make Your World Feel Big And Alive

“Pay attention to the details. The little, transformative things are what bring a setting to life, and if they ring false, they can jar the viewer/ player/reader right back into the real world.

‘Catching Moments’

Great artists of the past and present should be given a place to pass on, share with future generations, knowledge that shaped the way they worked.
New technology can help inform, disrupt and recode the education of the future, enlightening viewers to the endless new possibilities of creativity.

Cognitive Paper

Paper that learns, teaches and feeds back to its user/artist. With the introduction of new technology from virtual tools is key to interactions: Virtual Tools are gestures that mimic familiar interactions with physical tools. This metaphor makes it easier to communicate, learn, and remember interactions.