keiichi matsuda illustrates potential problems of oversaturated augmented reality
 

keiichi matsuda illustrates potential problems of oversaturated augmented reality

keiichi matsuda illustrates potential problems of oversaturated augmented reality

 

 

 

‘hyper reality’ is a visual illustration by keiichi matsuda that presents a different vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged with a city saturated in media. with physical and virtual realities become more intertwined with the likes of oculus ‘rift’ and microsoft’s ‘hololens’, the internet of things are pointing to a world where technology will envelop every aspect of a user’s life. it will be the glue between every interaction and experience, offering surprising possibilities, while also controlling the way people understand the world. ‘hyper reality’ attempts to explore the platform’s trajector

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the city landscape layered over distracting augmented reality

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the potential problems of commuting with augmented reality

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