Made in WebGL (which requires a browser that supports it), The Carp and the Seagull is a short film that requires your interaction to continue.
This short 3D film made in WebGL immerses you in a world where mythical beings accompany you on a dark journey through the spirit realm.
The Creators Project has partnered with Nexus Interactive Arts and director Evan Boehm to create an interactive film experience The Carp and The Seagull. Using WebGL and HTML5 technology, the narrative will follow the plight of Masato, a village fisherman who spends his placid days fishing near his home. One day he's confronted by a Japanese spirit being, the Yuki-Onna, and his world is ripped in half.
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