It would be interesting to hear your idea's concerning simulation and time:
It seems that simulations and simulation technologies, in particular the ones that simulate the invisible, also work as catalysts that speed up processes. As our technologies are limited to what we can or can not see, how does simulation as 'virtual tool' integrate a time efficiency aspect?
There is also a preservation aspect:
As technologies come and go, (technological) art preservation, has become a real issue within cultural institutes. I was talking to a friend and she mentioned the process called Emulation, which helps preserve 'old' artworks made with 'old' technlogy. Where new software emulates old software. http://www.variablemedia.net/e/echoes/index.html
Or any other relations with Time?
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