SIGraDi 2011

Santa Fe, Argentina

Nombre del artículo:
“Viaje 2.0; un moleskine digital”.

Autor/es:
Arq. Marcelo Payssé; Arq. Fernando García Amen; Arq. Juan P. Portillo; Sr. Andrés Richero.

Abstract
For sixty-seven years, students of architecture from our University have made an academic journey around the world. It lasts between five and nine months, and students can visit the most important works of architecture from all the times.
Therefore, Viaje 2.0 arises as a digital interactive real-time platform, where travelers from this year and further ones will be able to register their own experiences, and develop knowledge through direct contact with buildings, cities, and authors.
Viaje 2.0 combines elements of social networking, geo-positioning apps, and architectural information, developing a conceptual mashup, capable of constituting a large database, which may be consulted in real-time from all over the world.

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Nombre del artículo:
“¿Sueñan las ovejas con androides humanos? Una aproximación a los orígenes literarios y cinematográficos de la Realidad Aumentada”.

Autor/es:
Arq. Fernando García Amen; Bach. Gabriela Barber.

Abstract
Augmented Reality is one of the fields of technological development most currently used for various purposes. However, little is known about the genesis of AR in the collective imagination. It is perfectly legitimate to argue that the AR pays special tribute to fantasy literature and the film genre of Sci-Fi. Based on the definition of Azuma, AR must meet three conditions which can be traced in various fiction works of the twentieth century, even before the AR was conceptually defined. This work is proposed to investigate the literary and cinematic sources that give rise to the concept of AR.

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http://cumincades.scix.net/data/works/att/sigradi2011_126.content.pdf