Virtual spaces are free spaces. With the SBK-Space, our own digital showroom, we wanted to move away from simulating reality. In other words, away from 1:1 and towards truly immersive experiences in virtuality. Because finally we have the possibility to defy gravity and also all other structural or financial limitations that a location or a trade fair imposes on us. Cyberspace is infinite and subject only to its own laws.
We let the present and the future collide, the familiar and the new, and thus something very special is created. In the first step, the user must enter a floating structure. The journey there begins with a mouse click and picks up speed at breakneck speed. The dynamics can be increased even further by performing digital pirouettes.
The open structure hides different levels that lie in a different dimension, but are easy to reach - as with a lift.
Each of its levels tells a story. These include exciting projects that have been realised, but which have been given their own individual treatment for the SBK-Space. The virtual space is not an archive and the projects are not documented. They are reinterpreted through the virtual-immersive experience and can be experienced in their very own way. All that is needed is the desire to discover, for there are no long drop-down menus or complex cursor controls.
There are empty spaces in the structure for further and future projects, but also for experimental laboratory situations. Curiosity becomes the motivation for ever new experiences.