Instructor: Luisa Caldas, TA: Mohammad Keshavarzi, Spring 2018
In a virtual world, motion and sound effects are meaningful means to guide people. However, gravity still causes restrictions on flexibility and motion possibilities in architecture. The visitors of a space in VR will only see part of that space, and may still feel lost and disoriented according to their location in a flat architecture and vision field. To address this problem, Monumental VR creates a combination of anti-gravity motion and sound effects in a new virtual reality world.