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The Saatchi Gallery breathes new life into corporate events in the capital

Monday, January 7, 2019 - 17:45

Take your event to a new dimension with the Saatchi Gallery’s virtual reality experience, ‘We Live in an Ocean of Air’.

Created by Marshmallow Laser Feast, this multi-sensory experience combines art, science and technology, revealing the invisible but fundamental connection between the human and natural worlds.

    

Using cutting-edge technology, the work explores the invisible connection between plants and humans through breath, allowing the viewer to interact with an entire ecosystem around a giant sequoia tree – the largest living individual organism on the planet.

Incorporating breath sensors, heart rate monitors, binaural sound, scent dispersal systems and wind machines, ‘We Live in an Ocean of Air’ extends the boundaries of experience design, offering an unparalleled level of immersion.

Until the end of January, corporate events can be booked to include the virtual reality experience allowing delegates to explore and interact with a world beyond human perception.

Contact Dean Drury at dean@gsp-uk.com for more information or to book.