Voice-controlled VVVR made its debut at David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption in 2016, and we have continued to refine its capabilities. VVVR combines virtual reality and audio effects to free the mind from language and cultivate awareness of the present moment. How it works: two people sit across from one another, represented in the virtual space between them with corresponding avatars. When either person makes a sound, glowing geometric shapes emerge, flowing from their lips. The vocal audio is harmonically processed, transformed, and fed back through the headphones. The sound also determines the look and behavior of the flowing objects. The experience is immersive, entrancing, and groundbreaking. Spend an hour immersing yourself in an experience that will open your mind. What You Will Do - Get a chance to try the voice-controlled VVVR, which made its debut at David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption in 2016 - Experience the future of sound healing in virtual reality, and help shape it, by participating in these initial group sessions in San Francisco. - Get a chance to experience something that combines virtual reality and audio effects to free the mind from language and cultivate
I am an artist-developer who has been dreaming up and delivering one-of-a-kind digital and built experiences for years. I was on the founding team at Twitter and worked as a creative technologist on Google’s Data Arts team. VVVR has been featured at festivals around the world, and it's my pleasure to make it available to you.
Gray Area Foundation for the Arts is located within the historic Grand Theater, a historic landmark originally built in 1940 based in the Mission District.
VVVR is a voice controlled tool for self exploration and well being that is only available as an in-person experience. Enjoy a welcome from the folks who created VVVR, then try it for yourself.
Visual Voice Virtual Reality