MIKMA an exploration game for the iOS currently in development by Nadezda Suvorova that uses computer vision and sensors embedded in mobile devices to call for new visual perspectives of world around us using scientific imaging.
A form of homage to Eames' "Power of Ten", MIKMA allows you to travel through space and time by using the camera in the device. The journey is separated into two parts: Starting at human scale the player navigates towards microscopic views, atoms and even smaller particles until the zero point of space is reached. From this singular point, the Big Bang, the player travels through time, from the birth of the universe, to our present time. Each step in this exploration is illustrated by scientific images that correspond to the location of the player in the game.
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