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July 13, 2017 AT 11:29 pm

Eyesect An Immersive Out of Body Experience

The Constitute has produced a wonderfully slick wearable project which they call Eyesect. This project gives the wearer a sense of detached vision by allowing two external cameras to be controlled by the user manually moving them any direction. An oculus rift mask inside the helmet provides the user a display for the two camera eyes.

Coming from a deep examination of natural paradigms of visual perception and hyper-technological manifestos the idea for EYESECT helmet device came up. Two hendheld cameras capture the surroundings and stream the image data straight to the single eyes. The spatial perception is then constructed inside the human sensory system. Arms and fingers become eye-muscles and create impossible human-biological perspectives. External world will be designed in a new way and EYESECT critically requests the users with his or her visual/spatial customs and technologically augmented individualism.

 


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