How Technology Increases Art Exposure

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How Technology Increases Art Exposure
It’s no secret that technology has changed how art is made, but it has also changed how we view it.

The advancement of technology has always changed the world around us and how we view art, whether it's the development of paints and canvases the old masters worked on, the printing press which gave people the mass production of art, or the camera which opened up a whole new medium of art. While sometimes that technological advancement has been slow, over the past few decades it has been progressing at an increasingly fast rate. We'll be looking at some of the more recent advancements in technology and how they have increased art exposure to the masses.

Online Exhibitions
Gone are the days when you're forced to queue up and pay extortionate gallery entry fees to be able to view art as online exhibitions have taken the art world by storm over the past couple of years. One common complaint of new art fans is that there is an intimidation factor when walking into an unfamiliar gallery filled with people who are more knowledgeable on the subject. Online exhibitions remove that factor altogether as each patron is viewing the art from the comfort of their own homes.

While online art exhibitions may conjure up images of a webpage with a couple of pictures on it, the advancement in virtual reality has allowed some of the more forward-thinking galleries to create fully immersive experiences. A great example of this is the National Gallery’s Immersive Exhibition which debuted in April 2021. These virtual reality tours allow people to jump from place to place within the gallery to view the pieces as if they were in front of them - keeping the gallery experience intact. Another benefit of viewing art remotely is the reduction in the art world's carbon footprint. With fewer people having to make their way to a physical location to view the art and less shipping of pieces, the online exhibition is becoming the method of choice for eco-centric artists.

Web Art
Art has become so much more than paintings on a canvas or sculptures made of marble. Web design has become an art in itself, with designers creating beautiful sites that are not only great to look at but efficient to use. The competition for eyeballs on sites is increasing at an exponential rate and consumers are becoming increasingly picky. No one wants to browse a website that's horrible to look at, so people are naturally drawn to the best-looking websites. The need to beautify what was a previously purely functional tool has seen a rise of a new kind of art.

Web design is a lot more than arranging some pretty colors on a page, so what makes a visually appealing website? There's a site layout to consider, animations, color scheme, and loads more! Not only does it need to look good, but it needs to be easy to navigate for the user and the text needs to be legible. What good is a site that looks good but no one can read anything that's on it? In an increasingly capitalist world, it's no surprise that art is being transformed from the purely aesthetic to the functional end of the spectrum, but you can't deny there's a certain beauty in something that looks sleek and works just as it was intended.

Technology has revolutionized the way art is shared and experienced with more people than ever before. Through digital platforms, anyone can now access artwork from anywhere in the world in an instant. Technology has also created opportunities for artists to connect directly with their audiences, allowing them to share their work on a larger scale than ever possible before. The impact of technology on art exposure as seen on is undeniable and its effects will continue to shape the art industry for years to come.

Game Design
One of the biggest advancements over the past couple of decades has been the improvement in gaming art. It doesn't seem too long ago that games were just a couple of pixels on a screen, now they're fully life-like renderings that use top-of-the-range physics engines to fully simulate movement. There is also a trend of games leaning more towards an arty style - where game designers are focusing more on creating a beautiful world for the players to inhabit rather than focusing solely on the core gameplay loop.

The increase in game design quality can be seen across the board - it's not just the Triple-A titles that have been getting better looking. Indie games made by small development teams, fan-made games, and even online casino games have seen a huge increase in graphics quality. In fact, a lot of online casino games have used these technological advancements to create exciting themes for their slot machines and table games. Whether you like to play blackjack, 3 card poker, or live dealer casino games, you'll be sure to find a great-looking selection. As a result, the majority of the best new online casinos provide flawless gaming. You can enjoy the gaming experience while also taking advantage of the massive welcome bonus offers offered by these new casinos, all of which can be found on the site, along with guidelines and thorough information on each operator. The advancement of video game technology is only going to improve over the next few years as more and more people take them up as a hobby.

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