Launched at Montreal Space for Life's Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium in May 2017 and seen by more than 100,000 viewers, Kyma transports audiences into a 360-degree allegorical tale of how our universe—and everyone in it—is composed of waves. Exploring everything from music to light, from the smallest particle to vast galaxies, Kyma is a voyage through the wavelength of life, a stunning and immersive show that combines the skills of artists, musicians and acrobats.
I was the lead animator and 360 editor for the film. Working closely with director Philippe Baylaucq I created visual representations of invisible phenomena. Most of the waves where shot in camera and then digital manipulated for the 360 environment.