We all need our own space to think, unwind or to clear or heads; some of us create den’s or man caves to label a spot within our homes to call our very own. What if we were able to go beyond the escapism of a computer, a mouse and an external experience and instead become the interface?
Combining our need for time alone with the advancement of technological features that span farther than our imaginations, would you be intrigued?
The immersive human cocoon is a digital experience that was conceived by a man formally of the MIT Media Lab, John Underkoffer, and its 360 degree prototype was developed by NAU out of Zurich, Switzerland; a dome that is fully equipped with motion sensing software giving you a true 3D experience.
Via Jacques Urbanska