Interactive installations, new media artworks, projects developed by
V2_, software, soundworks, videos and other artworks and products of
research related to V2_. Also included are works shown at exhibitions curated by V2_.
"Warum Wir Männer die Technik so Lieben" is a documentary film made by Stefaan Decostere in 1985 for Belgian television (BRTN).
"5x5x5" is a kinetic light- and sound installation. It was played by Arthur Ivens, Ferenc Teglas and Robert Pravda.
"Aelita: Queen of Mars" (1924) by director Yakov Protazanov is considered the first Soviet science fiction film.
"Twelve Monkeys" (1995) is a science-fiction movie by Terry Gilliam.
"Obduktion" is an audio performance piece by Elisabeth Schimana, adapted for V2_ in 2000.
ZEROnet (1992) was an international electronic network.
Codex Kodanski (2004) is a mixed reality game and audio play in Rotterdam, developed by Hootchie Cootchie.
"Panoramafoon II" (1991-1993) is an installation by Ad van Buuren.
"ZAPP TV" (1992) is an installation by Dirk Paesman (B).
ART-DOC-COM was a Virtual Museum consisting of several connected BBS's, created by Johan Lubbers in 1993.
DSLE (working title, 2010-) is an immersive audiovisual environment that leads us beyond our perceptions by Edwin van der Heide (NL).
"Sports++" (2011) allows for an enhanced sport experience, by Sander Veenhof (NL).
"Static" (2010) is an installation by Wim Janssen (NL).
"Reverse Blinking" (2010) consists of googles which make the world see(m) unreal. A work by Ief Spincemaille (BE).
"lifeClipper3" (2009–2010) by Jan Torpus (CH) allows for an augmented park experience.
"Perpendicular Cinema" (2011) is an installation by Julien Maire (FR).
"USB Organs" (2010) by Wu Juehui (CN) enhances your sense experiences with USB devices.
"Mediating Mediums" (2011) presents Greg Tran's (US) thoughts on future applications of 3D and AR in an architectural context.
"NGA Experience" (2011) is an AR app for museum visits by Tate Strickland (US).
"Interstitial Space Helmet" (2004) is a work by James Auger and Jimmy Loizeau (UK).