Burning Seed - Digital Burn 2020 - Tipping Point

THE PHYSICAL EVENT FOR BURNING SEED

WHERE PEOPLE GATHER AT MATONG STATE FOREST IN SOUTHERN NSW

HAS BEEN CANCELLED FOR 2020

Please click here for an important statement from Burning Seed about Covid-19 / Coronavirus

though Burning Seed hasn't gone away, where the Burning Seed community is invited

to PARTICIPATE - On-Line - in Burning Seed 2020 - DIGITALLY BURNING !!!

Friday September 25th to Sun September 27th

Tipping Point is a 2D web-based Universe — kind of like a cross between Google Maps and a video game — that enables participants to serendipitously mingle with other Burners who are in close proximity while co-experiencing magical spaces and performances. Anyone can join and share a performance, theme camp, art piece or a trash fence party. Accessible via any mobile or desktop web browser, experiences people create will sit on a 2-D explorable playa map, with its uniquely located video avatars and ambient audio.
 
On-line Digital Burn Dates: Friday September 25th to Sunday September 27th
Family Friendly Area - 
Visit -
From AEDT +10
Charge -
Donation
Dimensions
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2D/3D
Inputs -
Keyboard
App Installed Required
- No
Devices
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Mobile - Computer
Website - http://burningseed.com/burning-seed-2020-digitally-burning/
Traveller Side Affects -
No known side affects
EEE - VR version - Gaming
Comments
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It's a donation event so get your tickets before hand,
 
Each year, Burning Seed has a unique theme which helps guide the artwork, inspiration, theme camps, events and costumes you see on The Paddock. Sometimes the theme is abstract or conceptual as with Imagine Nation (2014), Revolution (2015) and Ancient Future (2018). At other times they are a little more specific such as with Deep Space in 2016 (aka the burn that we must not speak of) and Deeper Space in 2017. And of course at Burning Seed 2019, we had our most unique theme so far - Zoophemism.
 
The theme for Burning Seed 2020 is: Tipping Point
 
It has been ten years of Burning Seed, from its humble beginnings around a bonfire in Bellingen, to a sold-out 4,600 person event in our beloved Matong State Forest. We've grown up a lot and with it come successes and failures, but the one consistent thread weaving through the diverse landscape of Burning Seed is our communities desire to connect, both to earth and each other. We have heard the calls for sustainability, for a more ‘green’ burn, and most importantly for us to look at who we are as ‘burners in the larger scale of our human population. The signs of climate change are looming upon us and cannot be ignored. It is clear - we evolve or we die. How do we tip the scales in the opposite direction from the path of destruction? This is the tipping point. Who do we want to be? Where do we want to go from here? What can we do? We ask you to show us hope for our future.
 

Website: Burning Seed