Oops! has also taken form as a performance, as part of a talk about the future of VR (at Babycastles and Hunter College's Codes+Modes conference). I put on the headset and take people through mundane things future VR might have.
Prototype shown at Weird Reality Head-Mounted Art&&Code at Carnegie Mellon 2016, and as part of a talk at Babycastles' Wordhack and Hunter College's Codes+Modes conference.
Art&&Code 2016 Weird Reality Notes
Weird Reality Highlights