Divergent Realities is a dark room installation that provides divergent perspectives between a black and white computer-generated audiovisual experience and a synesthetic perspective of that same environment through a binocular headset with technology similar to augmented reality. It explores and contrasts our perceived reality through technology and is meant to inspire reflection about how our reality could be perceived through machines.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Project Components: one project video (.mp4), one report (.pdf), performance files (one ZIP file containing 102 .aif files, 16 .wav files, 2 .mp3 files, 15 .amxd files, one .als file, one .cfg file), application (one ZIP file, 715.6 MB).
Kleffmann, Daniel. “Divergent Realities.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2017. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/75.