5 de Noviembre de 2008
Realidad, realidad televisiva y realidad aumentada
A raíz del film de culto Slacker (no es la nueva de Michael Moore) quisiera comentar esta cita del film:
To me, my thing is, a video image is much more powerful and useful than an actual event. Like back when I used to go out, when I was last out, I was walking down the street and this guy, that came barreling out of a bar, fell right in front of me, and he had a knife right in his back, landed right on the ground and... Well, I have no reference to it now. I can't put it on pause. I can't put it on slow mo and see all the little details. And the blood, it was all wrong. It didn't look like blood. The hue was off. I couldn't adjust the hue. I was seeing it for real, but it just wasn't right. And I didn't even see the knife impact on the body. I missed that part.
¿Se nos queda corta la realidad? Interesante como hemos pasado de esta realidad televisiva a una realidad aumentada promovida desde un bajo nivel por las redes sociales hasta la realidad virtual.
Ya se sabe, High Definition better than reality.Víctor de la Fuente a las 07:21 AM | Referencias 0