Within the ornate setting of london‘s royal academy, gilles retsin‘s latest work (visit his website) explores the real effects of virtual technology and how augmented reality (AR) could be used for fabrication, as opposed to just visualization.

Entitled ‘real virtuality’, the project uses a hololens (mixed reality smartglasses) to communicate directly between a digital model and a physical space, resulting in a pre-fabricated design that can be assembled quickly and efficiently. music: bensound.com