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Immersive Art that Alters Our Viewpoint

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Uploaded on Dec 22, 2010

The digital technology employed in video games and interactive media has also created an exciting and versatile new canvas for artists. Digital artist Joseph Farbrook, assistant professor of humanities and arts and interactive media and game development, has used the technology for a variety of art explorations, from an interactive installation in the online community Second Life to videographs—video portraits and animations that attempt to overcome what Farbrook sees as the sterility of digital art.

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