For the NFF Student Competition, interactive projects were selected as well. Three, in fact. This trio is ready to give visitors an extraordinary experience at a mini-expo in the Winkel van Sinkel.
This year, the projects selected for the NFF Student Competition number no fewer than three interactive ones. On this occasion, these are presented from Sunday 30 September to Thursday 4 October at the NFF Festival Heart: the Winkel van Sinkel. These include:
Interactive installation about Cluster, a growing technological life form – a physical robotic creature that learns to live by means of the collected, combined data of the audience.
Interactive installation around a generative ecosystem, inhabited by a digital life form, created by viewers. The installation playfully explores ecology and the theory of evolution.
Interactive VR installation about temptation. The 21st century Garden of Eden is at least as heavenly as the one that Adam and Eva strolled around in, but this also applies to its temptations.