Avocadon't - Interacitve Theatre

Avocadonts - Interactive Theater! On our VR handmade theater stage, an actor can pick any subject for the audience to guess. The topic can be anything, from movie to famous people to game title. By placing anything from a random selection of cardboard cutouts on a small theatre stage only the audience can see, the viewers have to guess the title, and the player has to adjust their storytelling based on the viewer's reaction. The game is intentionally built to limit the actor in his possibilities: the number of objects they can utilize is not infinite and the stage has a confined space. These limitations are intentional, meant to leave more room for error. We intend to elevate the fun: The elaborately planned scene can dissolve into chaos any second, keeping the audience on their toes and have them guessing rapidly… it is just hilarious to watch the carefully demonstrated scene from the actor dissolve in chaos... Can you still guess what subject you are looking for? Team Avocadon'ts' Interpretation angle of the word 'transmission' is about the transmission of information from a 'sender' to a 'recipient', and the possible misinterpretation of this information by the latter. A subject can be broken into down into storytelling pieces, molded by circumstantial environment, yet the signal can still be picked up if the recipient is willing to think outside the box!
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ART - Cardboard Challenge
ART - My eyes are my ears
DESIGN - I’ll be there in a minute
MS Windows, Virtual Reality platform
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)
Technology Notes: 
You need a VR-Headset, the Touch Controllers and a Display to play the game. (Tested with Oculus Rift)

Björn Sagmeister - Art

Christoph Jakob - Art

Jeannette Reiter - Art

Sebastian Stieber - Code

Justin Schwab - Code

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