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Hiding Spaces: A Cave of Elusive Immateriality

Research Publication

Hiding Spaces: A Cave of Elusive Immateriality. Cynthia B. Rubin, Daniel F. Keefe. ACM SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications (2002)

Abstract

Hiding Spaces is an immersive VR Cave artwork which pushes past the limitations of physical media by exploring the new ambiguities that can delight the viewer in the virtual world. By using innovative tools developed especially for creative work within the Cave environment, in combination with more established digital methods and artistic practice, the authors collaborated to produce a work which transgresses the usual borders of 2D and 3D, including those that are common even in VR environments.

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