Between Sky, Land and Sea
An immersive tale in Virtual Reality
The experience will allow you to fully immerse yourself in a universe where spectators will be the protagonists of the future of our planet. A very rich, visually engaging experience that includes three parts.
The first part introduces our fellow travelers in the form of a non-interactive animation, allowing us to get to know the characters and adapt to the virtual reality immersion. The second will show us the evolution of our ecosystem. The second will show us the evolution of our ecosystem. The third will invite participants to literally take control of their future over the next 25 years.
A clever system will allow them to see the importance of each of our daily actions in the preservation of our habitat.To disseminate this knowledge to the greatest number of children, we want to cover large areas of dissemination, whether by bus from one school to another, in trains where wagons can be specifically equipped, or any other place that can accommodate this type of event facility. We will bring spectators on an immersive adventure who will explore, in a playful and intelligent way, the paradoxes and contradictions that harm the relationship between Man and Nature as well as climate problems and their real causes.
The virtual reality production of the experience allows us to have rich content, it will be easily adaptable to any type of medium; VR, TV, Internet, books, apps, etc.
The Green Karavan project addresses, depending on the version deployed, the 17 sustainable development goals proposed by the UN.
In the first version of this experiment, we will focus on 3 of the 17 goals proposed by the UN.
Between Sky, Land and Sea
GOAL 13, Climate Change
The aim is to take urgent action to combat climate change and its repercussions.
Climate change is the result of human activities and threatens our way of life and the future of our planet.
By fighting climate change, we can build a sustainable world for all.
GOAL 14, Aquatic Life
The aim is to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. The oceans provide essential natural resources, including food, medicine, biofuels and other products. . Preserving healthy oceans supports our efforts to mitigate climate change and adapt to its effects.
GOAL 15, Terrestrial Life
The objective is to manage forests sustainably, fight against desertification, halt and reverse the process of soil degradation and put an end to the loss of biodiversity.
Forests cover nearly 31% of the planet’s surface. From the air we breathe to the water we drink and the food we eat, forests support us.