“Virtual Studio: Virtual Reality in Art” by Hall and Sakatani

  • ©DaShawn L. Hall and Kenneth Sakatani



    Virtual Studio: Virtual Reality in Art



    Virtual Reality or VR is a computer-designed environment that allows the user to interact within the digital environment as he or she would in a real world situation. VR has been successfully used in game development, medical technology and flight simulation. Virtual Studio is a partial immersive, interactive virtual learning environment that is based on the metaphor of the artist studio. Its primarily use will be to teach elementary students about the techniques, styles and history of artist and art. Each part of Virtual Studio is named after major artists, who used or pioneered a particular style or technique. There are three core sections of Virtual Studio: 1) Architectural Design, 2) Sculptural Design, 3) Digital Painting and Color Theory.

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