Two virtual reality installations by Marshmallow Laser Feast are debuted at the Odunpazari Modern Museum in Turkey. The digital art collective used immersive technology as a medium to "aid conservation efforts by encouraging people to connect with the natural world."
The first installation is named 'Treehugger.' It is described as a "digital fossil," granting the audience access to visually witness "rare and endangered trees." The second installment is 'In The Eye of the Animal' and it takes guests on an aerial 360-degree adventure through a digital forest.
Making for a mesmerizing and majestic visual experience, the installations by Marshmallow Laser Feast will be available at the Odunpazari Modern Museum until December 7th, 2019.
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