The Transeuntis Mundi(TM) Project explores the complexity of the millennial human journey and the resulting cultural diversity. It investigates how it can be approached through artistic research and be converted into a nomadic creative practice in transmedia arts, using emerging technologies to generate an archive of human legacy.
Compositions are based on field recordings in public spaces of multiple cities around the world, using 3D technology for sound and image, following Careri's (2002) methodology of Walkscapes. The power of interactivity and immersion through 360o image and ambisonic sounds are crucial to insert the visitor in a global cultural experience. This transmedia work is designed to happen as a non-fictional VR application. Here we present the two main compositions of the project: Derive 01 and Web Derive 01.
Borges, Cândida and Velez, Gabriel M. Dr.
"Web Derive 01 - an online Art VR work by the Transeuntis Mundi Project,"
Frameless: Vol. 3
, Article 24.
Available at: https://scholarworks.rit.edu/frameless/vol3/iss1/24