Expanded video: creating an alternative reality through merging 360-degree video and Glitch Art
This thesis investigates the merging of 360-degree video with Glitch Art in a form of ‘Virtual Reality’ experience while creating an alternative reality. The technological development in the field of Virtual Reality made it through daily life. However, this development causes problems such as misidentifying 360-degree video as VR. On the other hand, the rise of Glitch Art aesthetics, what makes it another hot topic of video field. Through merging Glitch Art and 360-degree video, ‘Reciprocal Reality’ project aims to create a VR-like experience while leaving the meaning of it to the spectator, at the same time creating a communication between the artist and the spectator via noise.