Myeong Jae Lee
(thesis advisor)Barbara Morris
My thesis is an experiential installation that allows users to escape from their daily lives by choosing a virtual, dream-like, mood-enhancing environment.
Sometimes people want to escape from the stress and monotony of their daily lives to relax, or to have a change of scenery. However, more often than not, people cannot break free from their routines. Dream Machine seeks to find a way to remedy this problem, and give people a way to relax without leaving the reality of their surroundings. This installation provides an outlet of escape, using 3D animation and sound, combined with an experiential environment that creates a feeling of rest and relaxation while changing the user’s mood.
Myeong Jae Lee. Dream Machine.
2009. Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses; 2009. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
. Web. 17 Sep 2019
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