innosense is a thesis project exploring dreams inspired by the children who've lived through traumatic events. Children who suffer severe traumas often have dreams that are very long and extremely vivid. Innosense, brings you through an immersive experience influenced by dream diary excerpts from people who experienced trauma in their childhood.
Innnosense is a VR experience targeted mainly towards adults and young adults. The purpose of this project is to take users away and bring them into a journey about dreams and trauma. The core message of this project is children’s innocence being torn away.
Being fascinated with the mystery of dreams since a child, I wanted to find a way to best visually illustrate children’s dreams for the general public by taking direct elements from children’s reveries found in my research and compiling them into a panoramic collage that can be viewed either in virtual reality or at the Kofler Gallery. This project is designed for adults and young adults to allow them in exploring a journey of the images inspired by the youth with a traumatic past.
Innosense is an immersive experience installed in the Kofler Gallery in Toronto. The branding is centered around elements that remind us of our youth. Collage design is the approach I went with as it ties in the theme that our dreams are a collection of our memories. The pastel brand colours reflect the stereotypes made about dreams and the nostalgia of my own youth.