Am I In The Matrix?: Trippy Interactive Projection Mapped Room

June 21, 2017


This is a video demonstration of the 'mixed reality' room built by creative studio THÉORIZ. The room uses a virtual reality tracking system to track a person's movement, and real-time projection mapping to change the environment as the person walks around. It looks fun. And by looks fun I mean it gave me vertigo and I don't even get vertigo. Or motion sickness. *wink* I'm saying I don't get motion sick. "Are you trying to tell me something?" Let me just spell it out for you: I'm great on cruises and water beds in case you were looking for some special company.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Davey, who agrees virtual reality is way better than actual reality because you can go into the settings and turn your responsibility difficulty down to easy. You can also turn off paying bills.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I've gotten a similar experience with LSD. It wasn't quite as high-res.

  • SmokeThatSkinWagon

    Really neat, but it's a little misleading. When they show someone walking through the room, it must look f-d up to the person walking because the projection is mapping to the view of the cameraman and not the person walking.
    Still very neat, though.

  • uKER

    Same thing. Came here for this. Reminds me of that stupid LG commercial where the elevator's floor crumbles.

  • WhiteEagle2

    Came here to say this. Thanks.

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