Fear of Flying – 2000

A interactive 3D story of discovery and escape.

Overview

Fear of Flying is a cloud-filled construction with multiple horizons set vertically parallel to each other. One contains a terrestrial scape with grass and trees, while the rest focus on more cerebral cloudscapes. The project opens by rushing in upon the land-oriented level, giving the impression of a fall– thus underscoring the title.


Bird in the Cage


Video of Interaction


Bird Makes it to Fountain


Bird’s Eye View of Planet


Bird on It’s Own

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Credits:
Jonah Brucker-Cohen and Katherine Moriwaki
Exhibitions:

Siggraph 2000, New Orleans, LI, 7/ 2000
VRML-Web3D ART 2000, Monterey, CA, 2/2000

Overview:
Fear of Flying is a cloud-filled construction with multiple horizons set vertically parallel to each other. One contains a terrestrial scape with grass and trees, while the rest focus on more cerebral cloudscapes. The project opens by rushing in upon the land-oriented level, giving the impression of a fall– thus underscoring the title.

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