Immersive is an abstract, Op art-inspired fulldome film that challenges viewers' perceptions of reality and their relationship with the environment through illusions, stroboscopic images, and a surround sound system.
OURY JEREMY, BRIOT ANTOINE
Immersive plays with the Op art concept and minimalism content to produce illusions and illimited perspective. Projection plays with delay and echo in a rythmic progression of abstract patterns. It wants to surprise the viewer to get out of his custom point-of-view and question the perceptions of our daily reality and his relation with the environment. The ascending movement and the use of stroboscopic images gives a new feeling of time and the sensation to be fully immersed. A surrounded sound system accentuates the sensations of an infinite space and the soundtrack is inspired by electronic melody derived from pure sinus and digital noises recreating a real electro-acoustic noisist orchestra.