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Fractal Fantasy journeys to the Uncanny Valley with latest audio-visual experiment

by Festival October 06, 2015

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Sinjin Hawke and Zora Jones’ creative platform presents their latest project.

Following Unction, Fractal Fantasy has returned with Uncanny Valley. The project is named after the phenomenon that explores empathy and repulsion between humans and non-human entities.

In kind, the interactive project — created by Altered Qualia — features synthetic faces and a soundtrack by Jones, Hawke and Martyn Bootyspoon. It requires a WebGL-enabled browser (like Google Chrome) and users can change the faces and the songs playing. Check it out now.

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