All is noise: in search of enlightenment

Manuel Silva, Luís Teixeira*, José Vasco Carvalho, Luana Santos

*Corresponding author for this work

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Abstract

Virtual Reality (VR) allows to immerse oneself into different realities, into the past, to motive users to virtually visit objects and places. The Porto Cathedral, one of the oldest and most distinct heritage of Porto city, is the starting point to a journey with no linear destination. The building was rebuilt in VR as it was in 1591 A.C. through a collaboration between researchers, artists, and historians. That space will serve as a platform for questioning issues and disturbances that are transversal to human essence, regardless of historical time. The development of Virtual Reality projects does not generally come from the exploration of artistic concepts, especially those anchored in spatial audio composition. So, the project represents an important step in the convergence of those fields.especially those anchored in spatial audio composition. So, the project represents an important step in the convergence of those fields.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputDVD
Publication statusPublished - 10 Oct 2022

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