Students and faculty from Farmingdale State College and Edinburgh Napier University walked the grounds of Jupiter Art Land. The goal was to explore what kinds of blended interactions could be possible moving between digital and physical spaces at a sculpture park.
For example, students proposed augmenting the sculptures of Apolo to learn more about heavens, while, the user’s physical position around the large sculpture could tell different digital Greek stories. Another example included putting an arm around the weeping stone children as if consoling the frozen stone child. The digital interaction could be automated monetary donation to a child hunger charity.