Immersion, intimacy and attention in VR
Renae Mason
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Thanks for your response Seb, this is really interesting. Door into the Dark looks amazing in particular. I would definitely feel a bit shy about dancing with the Sydney Dance Co. in front of a museum audience, it’s a bit of an introverts nightmare, but then again, once the headset goes on you do lose your inhibition a little.

I’d LOVE to get a VR residency going at the museum, but the price tag and the tools are definitely a high barrier to entry. Right now I’m looking around and connecting with creators from the community to explore future possibilities. Looking forward to seeing where this goes!

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