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Travel Through Space In These Disorienting GIFs

Inside Loco-Dyna-Morphics, a 360-degree audiovisual experience.

German artists/researchers January Zehn and Stefan Berke premiered their latest project, Loco-Dyna-Morphics, inside the SAT's Satosphère dome in Montreal last week as part of the ELEKTRA Festival.

Billed as "an audio-visual essay of the physics of natural numbers," the immersive, 360-degree work explores animating audio in space and takes vieweres on a discombobulating roller coaster ride that made us feel as if we were traveling through a Scott Snibbe app!


The work is up through May 24th, but if you can't make it to Montreal, check out some GIFs we made below…

Learn how to make GIFs with Mr. GIF here

Photo by Sébastien Roy [via].