Uroboral VR explores the concept of feedback, through a journey of digitally generated pointclouds landscapes. The themes of the loop, random experiences, and user interactivity are explored so that the user can actively participate. The user will see rings on each stage, and by continuing to look at the chosen one for about four more seconds, the stage will change to another landscape. From this interactivity, in which the user can travel the spaces and act with their look, the limits of the VR narrative are explored, as well as how the user’s body resists or is influenced by these new sensations, generated by the use of these devices. Uroboral is intended to be experienced standing up. It doesn’t incorporate peripheral devices in the interactivity (as joysticks), thus allowing the user to have greater freedom in their movements. Each stage has its original soundtrack made with analog synthesizers.
Paula Casanova (AR), Dario D’ Antiochia (AR)
Paula Casanova is an Argentinian Image and Sound Designer graduated from the University of Buenos Aires. She has made documentary and fiction short films that were shown in national and international festivals. In recent years she has been researching and developing works in immersive formats, mainly VR and Fulldome, and has participated in Fulldome Labs
Darío D’Antiochia is an Argentinian Image and Sound Designer graduated from the University of Buenos Aires. Works as a Photographer, Audiovisual Director and DOP. He is currently exploring and developing immersive, interactive VR and Fulldome formats. His works were exhibited and awarded in National and International spaces. He also was selected by the Berlinale Talents Buenos Aires for his works as a Director of Photography.