Panoramical and the Panoramical Guitar

Presented by The National Videogame Museum with a custom PlayStation 2 guitar controller made by Lex Roberts

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Suitable for: All ages

Panoramical is a videogame all about discovering beautiful moments. Explore a collection of incredible digital landscapes that change to your command in an immersive musical adventure through space and time. You can explore all the combinations by manipulating the controls to morph the sound and visuals into pleasing patterns.

Panoramical was created by Fernando Ramallo & David Kanaga.

Fernando is a queer artist, designer, maker and game developer who grew up in Argentina. He’s always tinkering with abstract graphics, generative visuals and strange interactive installations.

David is a composer and designer who develops instrumental game play structures that allow the player to create and manipulate the music in projects such as Proteus and Panoramical.

Lex Roberts is the Exhibition Manager at The National Videogame Museum; they enjoy developing custom game controllers and interactive hardware both in and outside the museum.

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