University of Hertfordshire

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Zero Point VR

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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Zero Point VR. Tree, David (Developer); Richardson, Peter (Producer). 2017. The Barbican : The Barbican CentreEvent: Zero Point VR - Installation, The Barbican, London, United Kingdom.

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Harvard

Tree, D & Richardson, P, Zero Point VR, 2017, Exhibition, The Barbican Centre, The Barbican.

APA

Vancouver

Tree D (Developer), Richardson P (Producer). Zero Point VR The Barbican: The Barbican Centre. 2017.

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Bibtex

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title = "Zero Point VR",
abstract = "This output aims to visualise the concept of zero point energy, the lowest possible means of calibrating energy at a quantum level in a form understandable by the general public? A collaborative project between the Games and Visual Effects Research Lab (UH), choreographer Darren Johnson, and the physicist Merritt Moore of the University of Oxford, this work uses the medium of virtual reality to create a series of immersive experiences which visualise of the concepts of zero point. The work was exhibited at the Barbican Centre, London May 2017 and after in Japan, Denmark and Switzerland.",
keywords = "Virtual Reality, Virtual Environment, Performance Art, Dance, Choreography, Realtime, Games Engine",
author = "David Tree and Peter Richardson",
year = "2017",
month = "5",
day = "19",
language = "English",
publisher = "The Barbican Centre",

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