"[...] (photo by Saxinger) Floating Eye (2001), by Hiroo Iwata (VRlab), is an interactive installation that separates vision from the body. The participant can only see wide-angle image floating in the air. The image is captured by a wireless camera attached to an airship, pulled along by the user. The participants can see themselves from above, along with the surrounding area.
A large helmet provides the immersive experience. This helmet contains a convex mirror, with a projector mounted at the rear, so the image takes up the users whole field of view. The movie belows shows how this works. Movie (10mb mpeg) More images and video."
Ainda no tópico Alternate Perspectives, um outro projeto que lembra as experiências com Realidade Virtual que se passam no filme de ficção-científica Estranhos Prazeres (Strange Days), de Kathryn Bigelow (1995):