Digital Landscapes: Augmented Reality

May 17 2024 - May 18 2024 Friday - Saturday
03:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Diriyah Riyadh - Workshop 1 get directions
Age Group Adults
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If you have ever wondered what a digital landscape means, this workshop is for you. Join us as we brainstorm the meaning of digital landscapes, nature, and "after rain." Choose between Part One (creating a 3D animated video) or Part Two (creating an augmented reality landscape), or take both!

Who is this for: Adults

What you will gain: In this 2-day masterclass, you'll use nature as inspiration: observing, recording, and archiving fauna and flora for future generations. You'll then explore 3d scanning and learn the basics of an augmented reality web application, creating your own AR landscape!

You will explore 3d scanning, aesthetic video manipulation, and the basics of an augmented reality web application. We will also be observing and recording through ‘field work’!


Important note: Participants should install and be familiar with digital tools (Adobe Suite premiere) and curious to explore digital media through coding.


Duration and Timings:

  • First Day: 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
  • Second Day: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Presented By

Maria Paneta

Maria Paneta is a Greek artist residing in Athens. She delves into the interactions between machines and living beings using mixed reality, wearables, and computer-generated imagery. Her work grapples with concepts of nature, augmented life in non-human settings, and the bodily interfaces of their inhabitants. Paneta has showcased her creations on the international stage and collaborated with prominent cultural and research establishments, including the Bartlett School of Architecture, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and the Saudi Ministry of Culture, where she contributed to teaching interaction design.