End of Night

Makropol
4.8
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Oculus Rift

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Valve Index

Windows Mixed Reality

VIVE Cosmos Elite

GENRE:

Adventure

Action

Documentary

Narrative

Art & Design

Play Area

Seated

Input Method

Keyboard

Content Rating

Everyone

Release Date

Latest Update

Version

1.2

Media Type

App

Number of Players

Singleplayer

Languages

Interface Audio Subtitles

English (United States)

System requirements

Available OS

Windows 10

Available OS Bit

64-bit

Processor

Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8700K CPU @ 3.70GHz 3.70 GHz

Memory

8 GB

DirectX Version

11

Disk Space

11 GB

Graphics

Nvidia Geforce 1080

Additional Notes

Stay seated on the backseat of the boat, for the best viewing experience. Press Space to Start and Pause. Press Escape to Exit Auto-Starts after 10 Seconds

Developer information

Developer

Makropol

Contact

nikolaj@makropol.dk

Publisher

Makropol

Contact

mikkel@makropol.dk

Description

"End of Night" is a cinematic VR experience about the tormenting memories of one man's escape from Denmark to Sweden during WWII. 

1943. You are sitting in a boat with Josef. He is rowing from Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in neutral Sweden. As the boat crosses the ocean, the sea gives way to the streets and people that populate his mind. Your journey together becomes a living landscape of painful recollections from the night of his escape. As dawn draws near, you will witness the trauma of escape and the guilt of surviving – when loved ones are left behind. 

“End of Night” is an artistic mix of advanced technologies such as photogrammetry and volumetric video, blended together into a collage-like 3D universe. Although realistic in its depiction of war-torn Copenhagen, and based on real accounts, the experience unfolds like dimly recalled fragments of a painful memory. 

The audience is placed in the passenger seat of a rowboat with six degrees of freedom, sitting face to face with Josef. Through the physical proximity to him and his vivid stories of both heroic and immoral acts, the audience become intimate observers of the trauma experienced by a young man forced to flee his own country. 
	 	 	 		
The experience reflects on the theme of survivor's guilt and the impossible choices that people on the run have to make in order to survive themselves.

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