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“The Journey Home” + Forced Affectivity in VR

So I just finished playing through this Virtual Reality Experience for the Vive called “The Journey Home” [TJH] which has left me confuzzled emotionally. At first, the experience was hard to get into with a rushed intro containing similar-sounding voiceovers resulting in the main characters being confusingly difficult to distinguish. The scenes that followed weren’t […]
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“Stranger Things” Virtual Reality/360 Experience [Jumpscare Ending]

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“‘Aliens’ Turns 30: Why It’s the Best Sci-Fi Sequel Ever…”

Aliens is the best sci-fi sequel of all time in part because it doesn’t have to continue a story. Cameron was free to take the two loose ends of Alien — Ripley in hypersleep and the idea of more aliens out there that the company might want to get their hands on — and make […]
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Divination Pirate Girls

*Divination* Pirate Girls wade through network traffic leaving a glowing dystopia of exploited data in their wake. Divination is traditionally is a method of visualising events that are not immediately physically observable. The artwork *Divination* highlights the ease of access to so-called private data and offers an alternative view of information we transmit on a […]
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“Hunted Down”: A Mysterious Package Arrives

Well well well…I’ve been waiting for this mysterious parcel to show up for a while now, and it in no way disappoints. Consider the below a type of “visual unboxing” [or actually, an “unparceling”] of the latest in our “Rumors of My Death” project. This intricately beautiful remixed+remashed book offers the following by way of […]