In this video, I attempted to create a “prison” using Unity’s SDK for android.
My concept for this project is to explore the narrative of space.
What can certain space tells us? How does it make us feel?
By adding a new dimension to a space, the virtual dimension, can we enhance the quality of a space?
Inside a prison because the room itself is small, it creates the feeling of being trapped. When we are inside a small room, it takes away our mobility.
The limitation of using an android device to create that augmentation is that it does not allow us to move. So the two options would be to either create a function in which people can move with the device, or to create a space which is design to limit mobility.
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