Research Projects

Virtually No Exit

Khalid Al Mkhlaafy, Prof Steve Dixon
Dance and Theatre

Virtually No Exit was a one-person theatre experience lasting seven minutes, derived from Jean-Paul Sartre's 1944 existentialist play 'No Exit'. A work-in-progress experiment, it combined live actors and audience participants in a 360º video environment. Wearing a virtual reality headset, you take a solo journey with three scientists from 'The Organisation'. They are prototyping their latest invention - a dramatic user experience unlike anything the world has ever seen before! - but it has a few technical issues. This was a private view performance and first test version, involving 30 solo participants.

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Interdisciplinary Research
Interdisciplinary Research