Monthly Archives: March 2011

AMI #3

While the idea of using augmented reality to enhance or advertise a certain concept or product is certainly not a new one as discussed in Chris Grayson’s online article ‘Augmented Reality Overview’, what I find rather surprising is how the … Continue reading

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AMI #2

The concept of memory and how we engage with our surroundings through our memory is a fascinating topic to explore. Personally, the reading ‘Anamnesis and Hypomnesis’ by Bernard Stiegler, which looks at the exteriorisation of memory and hypomnesis was of … Continue reading

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AMI #1

The reading ‘Theoretical Frameworks’ (Murphie et al, 2003) discusses work by the French scholar Paul Virilio in regards to technological determinism and cultural materialism. What interested me particularly about Virilio’s work was the idea of an accident museum. Virilio talks … Continue reading

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