‘BlacklightVR’ is a Virtual Reality Experience that takes you on a little journey through a dark backyard. In the environment, there are some small and some bigger options to interact with. If you let yourself be guided through the adventure, the environment and the music around you will awake.
Florian Mahl: Producer, Environment, Modeling
Lukas Lorenz: Texturing, Programming
Carina Kemmner: Programming, Technics.
Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart
It has been three years since the catastrophic events at the Jurassic World theme park. Dinosaurs have overtaken the turbulent Isla Nublar, but the threat of a natural disaster erupting looms eerily over the island.
Follow Blue, a highly intelligent Velociraptor, on her quest for survival, as she scours for food and water, searches for signs of life, and fights against some of the island’s most threatening predators and the foreseeable destruction of Isla Nublar. Experience your connection to her extraordinary sensorial abilities and awareness, and become part of her journey as she faces threats of epic proportions.
In 1935 Beckomberga mental hospital was the largest psychiatric institution in Europe. It is now a high-end apartment complex, and little of its dark and complex past remains. Stockholm Beckomberga is a documentation of this unique and forgotten part of Swedish history and an exploration into how we repurpose the environment around us.
It consists of a reconstruction of Beckomberga as an installation in VR social platform AltspaceVR and a temporary, immersive theatre performance that takes place in the same environment. The installation allows you to walk through Beckomberga, exploring its unique architecture and grounds. In the immersive performance you engage and interact with the people who once occupied the institution.
Aliki Tsakoumi, Creative Producer
Emma Creed, Creative Producer
Esther Ericsson, Consultant (3D Scanning)
Martin Christensen, Consultant (World Building)
Ingela Lundh, Director (Stockholm English Speaking Theatre )
Stockholm Academy of the Dramatic Arts