What would it be like to dive into the subatomic world?
MURMUR is an abstract audio/visual VR experience WIP where you can "throw" your voice and interact with the surrounding entities. When floating and humming it feels like doing paper marbling with your voice using light, colors and space. Imagine an interactive Joan Miró painting made with elementary particles.
MURMUR is also an experiment to push what can be done visually in VR, melting foregrounds and backgrounds, glitching and merging spaces and colors to trick the eyes and brain, opening ways to new vistas.
Happy to see LyraVR part of the Oculus 2017 retrospective! https://www.facebook.com/lyravr/
Photographer：Hsieh Hua-Yueh（a.k.a Vivy Hsieh)
Image：Yi Lu and Sébastien Labrunie at ‘’Electric Indigo’’performance of NTCH 30th, Taipei. 2017.10.28th
Yesterday we had the honor of presenting Daniel Berkman's new VR music composition "Exponentia (Don't Blink)", and my new talk on The "Future of Embodied Comput...ing" at Singularity University IPP Fall Summit.
Very happy to be able to share the exciting work we are developing in the Emerging Media Lab at Institute for the Future with the wider community.
Thank you Cianna Stewart for curating us into your crazy circus of exponential innovation and wild visions of the future!!!
And thanks to Lyra VR for creating such an amazing tool and working with us to support all of our crazy feature requests.
PHOTOS BY: Liza Bender