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OCTOBER 9 –12
Along 14th Street from Avenue C to the Hudson River, NYC
14th & AR
There are particular locations around the world where network activity has become so intense that the virtual world penetrates into the real. 14th & AR in New York City is one of the most active of these sites. Artist John Craig Freeman uses augmented reality technology for mobile devices that allows the general public to detect and view this phenomenon. Objects appear to replicate and float off into the sky. Entire buildings lose their mooring and drift away. Reality itself becomes unstable and fleeting at the intersection of 14th & AR.
Time, Duration, & Other Cool Stuff You May Need To Know
Throughout the festival, view the work on location along 14th Street (between Union Square and 9th Avenue) by using any late model iPad, iPhone or Android to download the free Layar Augmented Reality Browser and scan the QR code.
Check out this map to discover exact locations.