Google's response to ARKit launched, giving developers a way to build AR experiences across Android devices.
One power of immersive tech is to connect people with more nebulous ideas, such as our relationship with the natural world. We Live in an Ocean of Air pushes the boundaries further by using heart rate monitors and breath sensors which morph the virtual world around the users. The result is a journey that encourages the audience to reflect on our dependence and responsibility to the organisms we share our planet with.
It’s rare that art, science and technology can work together to provide a profound story, much less about how the human cardiovascular system is similar to the connections in nature. This is an exception.