Meet the Head Exchange Program,


jokingly also known as the OMAi Brain Scanner. Put your head inside, and get a personal audiovisual art experience. LEDs flashing to the music turn the inside of the sphere into a one-man disco. In the meantime, to the onlookers it seems they can look inside your mind.

Technically it’s all pretty straightforward. If the sphere is empty, people can use Tagtool to paint and animate on its surface. As soon as somebody puts their head inside, a sensor triggers playback of a random prerecorded session created during our residency.

But is there really coincidence in this universe? Doesn’t everyone get the head they deserve?

PS: We are looking to take the Head Exchange Program to the next level.