The Art of Geo-located Realism and VR: Merging the Future

Roy Wallace, Iain Douglas, Scott Turner

Research output: Working Paper


This is a working draft video essay which explores the concept of geo-located realism and virtual reality as a merged phenomenon. Working in collaboration with colleagues from computer and digital arts we aim to construct a virtual art exhibition which will be accessed through mobile QR scan codes. This project connects with the Merged Futures conference at UoN and offers a structure for increased collaborative research.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jun 2019


  • Geo-located realism
  • augmented reality
  • virtual reality
  • dcoumentary
  • art and the Internet
  • art-based research
  • Multimodal


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  • Merged Futures

    Iain Douglas (Chair), Triantafyllos Kanakis (Member of programme committee), Scott Turner (Member of programme committee), Mu Mu (Member of programme committee), Roy Wallace (Member of programme committee), Samantha Read (Member of programme committee), Daniel McCaul (Member of programme committee), Gary Hill (Participant), Andy Winter (Participant), Alison Goodyear (Participant), Christos Tsotskas (Participant), Sam Watts (Participant), Rob Fairhurst (Participant), James Belton (Participant), James Ladocha (Participant), Mark Holmes (Participant), Sam Gage (Participant), Alessandra Girardi (Participant), Inga Stewart (Participant), James Hyde (Participant), Steve Walsh (Participant), Becky Adams (Participant), Paul Mills (Participant), Trudy Bell (Participant), Charles Haynes (Participant), Rob Lewis (Participant), Darren Sharp (Participant), Rosemary Slootweg (Participant), Phil Spokes (Participant) & Ricky O'Donnell (Participant)

    14 Jun 2019

    Activity: Organising a conference or workshopResearch


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