"Chill Caves" (1992) is an interactive installation by Gerald van der Kaap, designed in cooperation with Peter Giele.
The Chill Caves can best be described as subliminal electronic comfort in bed. The Chill Caves are installations where the audience can lie down on a bed. Once lying down, a tube is placed over the head. In the tube can be seen video images which change with a certain regularity. This activates certain brainwaves (frequencies) which can lead to a relaxed feeling.
An artist in residence workshop with good technical facilities in the Tokyo Art Lab, courtesy of Canon, Kaap designed his Chill Caves in cooperation with Peter Giele.