About

This live, multiuser, volumetric-capture installation is a kind of reverse Schrödinger’s cat box. Interlooped is an interactive VR performance experience in which the user and performance artist Maria Guta are captured inside multiple video loops. Holograms of the two bodies are integrated live into the virtual space and replayed until it’s hard to say who’s real and who’s not anymore … that is, until the wave function collapses!

Located at New Frontier Central

YEAR 2018

CATEGORY VR Experience

COUNTRY Switzerland

RUN TIME 7 min

COMPANY Imverse

WEBSITE https://www.imverse.com

EMAIL javier.bello@imverse.ch

PHONE +41 762009827

Credits

Lead Artists
Key Collaborators
Created By
Vr Technical Director
Produced By
Music By
Media Production
Vr Technology
With Support From
Actor

Artist Bio

Maria Guta

Maria Guta is experienced in fine arts, visual communication, and art direction. In 2010, Guta completed a master's degree in art direction and photography. She was the curator at World VR Forum, and she is currently a freelance artist focusing on photography, immersive media, and new technologies. Her work has exhibited worldwide in Tokyo, Berlin, Milan, and Bucharest.


Robin Mange

Robin Mange is a Swiss 3-D-graphics expert with more than 10 years of experience in volumetric rendering, virtual reality, and mixed reality. He founded Imverse in 2017, becoming its CTO.


Javier Bello Ruiz

Javier Bello Ruiz is an engineer from Zaragoza, Spain. He's the former lab manager at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne. He founded Imverse in 2017, becoming its CEO.


Pablo Fernandez

Pablo Fernandez is a multi-award-winning Swiss music producer. He has had five solo projects, many collaborations with theatres and symphonic orchestras, and tours in Europe, China, Japan, and South Korea.