Pafloodstan is an art project that uses virtual reality technology to bring attention to the impact of climate change on migrations in Pakistan. The project aims to create a powerful and immersive experience that allows viewers to better understand the challenges faced by those affected by floods and other natural disasters. Pafloodstan has been nominated for the climate change prize and the young climate prize, and its creators hope that it will inspire greater awareness and action on these critical issues. Pafloodstan serves as a reminder of the human cost of climate change and promotes the need to protect the planet and its people.
Amazonic Audiovisions is a climate change project that brings together OPIAC, Organizmo, and the Collective group Dabucurí Cinético in Tabio, Colombia to create a VR project for the COP26 conference. The project aims to highlight the reality of original towns in Colombia and to promote their preservation for the future. By using VR technology, the project seeks to engage and educate viewers about the importance of protecting these communities and their unique cultural and environmental values. The project is a collaboration between a range of organizations and individuals, and represents an important step in raising awareness about climate change and the need for action to protect our planet.