Bryn Oh has done it again. The artist responsible for such facinating builds as Immersiva and Anna’s Many Murders has a new feature.
Last week, her newest immersive environment, The Singularity of Kumiko, opened to the public and is just as stunningly creepy as her other installations.
Before leaving the landing point, I strongly suggest you follow the lighting instructions for your viewer and use the headlamp provided. This allows you to see the features as the artist intends and allows you to become immersed in the story woven throughout your trip through the sim.
I won’t give away any spoilers to the storyline, but make sure you click on the bottles you find along the way and read the notecards closely. You’ll want to allow plenty of time to be able explore all of the areas and make sure to zoom in on papers and objects (especially in the last scene if you still don’t understand what’s going on with the story).
Also, in the outdoors area, watch out for the scary rabbit bot. Damage is allowed on the sim and that thing is mean, as I found myself rapidly dying while cammed away lining up a picture and not realizing it was attacking me. Its not a stealthy construction and it makes a tracking sound that gets louder as it comes closer.
To be continued in Part 2.