teamLab, 2022, Interactive Digital Installation, Sound: SCRAMBLES
Color in an airplane, butterfly, or hawk on the paper provided and see the picture you have drawn appear three-dimensionally, flying through the world in front of you. If you touch them, they speed up or fly away.
You can control the plane, butterfly, or hawk with the tablet and see the world from their perspectives on the screen.
For example, butterflies have a 340-degree field of vision. With the tablet, you can see the world not only in front of you, but on both sides and behind you as well.
Hawks can see two things clearly at once. They can observe small creatures on the ground while looking ahead of them as they fly. Tap an area you want to zoom in on the tablet, and that area will appear bigger on the screen.
Each living creature understands the world only through their own perception, so the world looks different depending on the creature. Such worlds constructed upon each creature’s unique perceptual experiences are called umwelt.