La Realidad Virtual en la Creación Artística

Conceptos, Tecnologías, Trayectoria y Actualidad

  • Águeda Simó Departamento de Comunicación y Arte, Facultad de Artes y Letras. Universidad de Beira Interior
Palabras clave: Realidad virtual, creación artística, instalaciones de realidad virtual, artistas de la realidad virtual

Resumen

La aplicación de la Realidad Virtual (RV) en la creación artística se remonta a la década de 1990, cuando se comercializan losprimeros sistemas de RV. Sin embargo, los altos costos y lasdificultades técnicas para realizar y exhibir este tipo de obras limitaron la exploración artística de esta tecnología. En la segundadécada del s. XXI, la RV ha experimentado un renacimiento debido,en parte, a los avances tecnológicos en la computación gráfica y las interfaces físicas, bien como a su abaratamiento. Todos estos factores, están reimpulsado la utilización de la RV en las artes al facilitar la creación y exhibición de las obras.

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Publicado
13-07-2019