This project is composed in two parts and both deal with the interaction of the user with art and new technologies for the creation of this. In the first, a tiger mask was built that includes a lenticular system that allows the spectator to interact with an artist’s mural (Mocre) and appreciate it as a 3D illustration. Being the same user a fundamental part of the mural.
The second project is an axolotl mask, which complements the interaction of a painting made in virtual reality and the viewer, but also in turn with the artist who made it (Mocre).
Both projects have as a background to raise awareness about endangered species, in turn the artist’s works reflect on how species have adapted to the current conditions generated by humans.