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Augmented Reality collaborative work led by William Pappenheimer - exhibited on app Activatar!

Some great footage captured at the Guggenheinm of Will Papenheimer and Freya Bjorg Olafson's Pool Scratch, and augmented reality installation that translates Olafson’s spontaneous choreography, through motion capture, to a ready-made early medieval warrior searching endlessly downwards in a contemporary swimming pool. The work, instantiated in a viewer's environment, is meant to pose a strange mixture of realities, identity crossings and mysterious activities.

Check it out for yourself. Download Activatar today, free on iTunes.



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