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Mixed Reality

Mixed Reality is the creation of new spatial environments for human interaction with physical and digital information in a synthetic space, produced through the merging of physical and virtual environments. “While each reality is complete unto themselves, they are also enriched by their ability to mutually reflect, influence, and merge into one another.” (Applin, Sally A. and Fischer, Michael: 2011, A Cultural Perspective on Mixed, Dual and Blended Reality, IUI Workshop on Location Awareness for Mixed and Dual Reality LAMDaʼ11, Palo Alto [PDF], 2011).

Building w/immaterials’ projects are built around a Mixed Reality framework that begin by establishing tangible interaction between the projects’ real and the virtual states. Their integration (or synthesis) of these disparate states (virtual or physical, material or immaterial) is achieved through deliberate acts of synthesis, through calculation or intuition elaborated during the design process. The common thread connecting the multiplicity of diverse media employed by these projects is their use of Mixed Reality spatial constructs. Based on Milgram’s definition, mixed realities combine real and virtual environments to create singular spatial contexts where participants can interact with physical and digital information in an integrated way.”



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