Vaysha is not like other little girls: she was born with a left eye that sees only the past and a right eye that sees only the future, and she cannot live in the present. Should she poke out one of her eyes so that she can live in the other’s temporal reality? Or is she doomed to perceive the world from this perplexing perspective?
BLIND VAYSHA is an expressionistic work that employs VR to create a more visceral connection between the viewer and the heroine. It uses this immersive technology to serve the purposes of the narrative, not visual spectacle, and to make the central metaphor of the story, which is steeped in Buddhist wisdom, that much more compelling.
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