“When walking on the High Line, it’s tough to look more lost than some of the tourists, but I did a pretty good job of it last month when I tripped on a curb while looking at art. (I caught myself before falling, but still.) I was taking in an exhibition from Aery, a new augmented reality platform tailored to digital art exhibitions.” – Source: The New York Times
WHY THIS MATTERS:
At the intersection of art and technology is new works meant for augmented reality and virtual reality apps. “It’s going to have a huge impact on the art world,” said Jay Van Buren, chief executive and co-founder of the tech company Membit, who helped create AR art app Aery.