We met Michael Madary, a philosophy researcher specializing in ethics of new technologies. It was an opportunity for us to learn more about the ethics of immersion and to better…
In New Orleans, you can't miss the WWII Museum. This museum, ranked 8th best museum in the world by TripAdvisor, immerses you in the heart of the Second World War with as much intensity as the Medal Of Honor video games.
In Mexico City, we tested the Candelilla 16 restaurant. Or rather the anti-restaurant: here, no separate tables, no menu, no stilted clothes. We meet with twenty other guests to discover…
We participated in Inventor's Attic, one of MyEscapeRoom's experience in New Orleans! We had an hour to restore power to a house for an annual ball.
Krampus is a mix between immersive theatre and the haunted house: a man has been brutally murdered in a small village. It is rumoured that it is the Krampus, a…
Does it take time to get into immersion ? The "yes" may seem obvious. However, we were also able to meet creators of intense short-term experiences. A kind of brutal immersion. What is in fact the relationship between immersion and time? Can we reduce the time to get into immersion?
You're in complete darkness. Suddenly you hear a noise. What is it about? Is it real? Is it from a recording? Did you really hear or imagine it? What the hell is that?!
The 6000m high roller coaster, alone, planted in the middle of nothing, it's really good! But is this what you're looking for in an amusement park?
No need to wait for Superman! In Peru, companies are using virtual reality to try to save lives. Here are two interesting examples of the new uses of this new technology!
Virtual reality will change the world ! Yeah, but here’s the thing : If we only relied on her, we’d be in trouble.