Jun 292017
 

As the second week of the virtual/mixed reality installation comes to an end, artists are shifting their responses to the technology. Liam is one of the 16 artists whose recurrent theme centres on relationships…

Liam and Steph splashing in the pool in Virtual Reality.

Liam and Steph jump into the pool they blowing bubbles, playing, swim. Liam Hubbard, June 27, 2017

Jun 282017
 

First thing i had sushi lunch with Michelle in Claremont and walked home and then got ready and drive to Fremantle to go to Dadaa and i had a feeling of doing what we did last week which was Virtual Reality and that was fun and a really cool experience to experience something that i don’t know others that do that so it was mind blowing

Simone got me into 2 other worlds where one was a game that i didn’t know how to play and that was scary for me because i haven’t experienced how it was displayed if it was like nintendo wii or x box i wouldn’t mind it but this is really different then before that was Google Earth and that was the same scary feeling because the earth was coming at me

Then Simone and me got talking about how life has effected me in a human and personal way so that was good and how my Tracksuit showing was and that she was coming lucky i had people coming that i knew the time now is 4:04 and now i am blogging about my Wednesday at Dadaa and Simone will drive me to the station and i can go home rocking to my beats with my beats headphones on then i will end the day like i always do and thats the LOZZA’S VITUAL REALITY WORLD DISCOVERED.

Lauren Marchbank, June 28, 2017

Jun 262017
 

 

It’s amazing and big. I love it ad it makes me feel like being in another world. I felt so amazed of being around world cause I’ve been around the world. I wonder what will happen in the future? In 2015, the Sunrise News reported that things were being made for the future. You could scroll floating things and check out the whole background on the screen.

 

Drawing and words by Sarah Pollard.

Jun 202017
 

Today the Mixed Reality project began a virtual and mixed reality experience!

Gareth on left handing Julia the virtual reality handpieces. Julia is wearing virtual reality goggles.

Gareth Lockhart trains Julia Hales to use VR hardware

With FRAME VR installing a green screen studio environment, team members were trained how to use this amazing equipment before sharing with the rest of the Mixed Reality artists.

Over the next two weeks, 12 artists will begin their experimentation with merging real, virtual and mixed realities.

They will share their new skills with children and young people from DADAA’s Artlink program over the July school holidays in DADAA’s new digital studio.

Simone Flavelle, June 20, 2017