In the Eyes of the Animal now online at

Virtual reality (VR) experience In the Eyes of the Animal is an artistic interpretation of the sensory perspectives of four British species. Created using Lidar scans, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) / drones & bespoke 360° cameras, the work is accompanied by a bin-aural soundscape using audio recordings sourced from Grizedale Forest, in the north of England.

Created by creative studio Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF) – who delight in exploring the line between virtual and real-world experiences – this critically acclaimed work has now been developed into a free, online experience, for a number of devices, at

Find out more about how the project developed, and see documentation from the live installations, in the Behind the Scenes videos



In the Eyes of the Animal was commissioned by Abandon Normal Devices and Forestry Commission England’s Forest Art Works. The online edition was created in partnership with The Space. Produced by Abandon Normal Devices and Marshmallow Laser Feast. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Forestry Commission England. Website support by The Neighbourhood.

Via AND festival

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