Char Davies, Canada Osmose, 1995
3D virtual reality immersive environment
"Rocks." Digital frame captures in real-time through HMD (head-Mounted Display) during live performance of an immersive virtual environment.
Osmose (1995) is an immersive interactive virtual-reality environment installation with 3D computer graphics and interactive 3D sound, a head-mounted display and real-time motion tracking based on breathing and balance. Osmose is a space for exploring the perceptual interplay between self and world, i.e. a place for facilitating awareness of one’s own self as consciousness embodied in enveloping space.