Sensitivities of Presentation and Portrayal in Media Art

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Subhash Gupta


As scientific knowledge and technological prowess have grown, so too has the prevalence of cutting-edge innovations like virtual reality. Virtual reality (VR) technology is now being used in the digital media art industry. Because of the explosion of digital media art, animators now have more room to experiment with new ideas and techniques, bringing their work closer to the realities of viewers' everyday lives. So that they feel like an integral part of the conversation throughout. Artistic interactivity between the spectator and the moving pictures that were created for the screen is possible. The audience's traditional role as observers has shifted to one of active participants and witnesses.

Artists and computers now work together to finish works and applications using digital media technology, which means that the production of such tools is no longer a one-way process. There is no denying that computer technology has had a profound impact on the visual representation of a wide range of works of digital media art, with animation design bearing the brunt of this effect. Modern animation design may benefit from the use of digital media art, which can deepen the meaning behind it and improve its aesthetic. At the same time, it may encourage the growth and development of digital media art and lead to shared progress.

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