Zenka is known for a massive sculptural timeline charting the history of VR and AR headsets over the last 50 years.
Her most recent work, dives in deeper to look at specific virtual and augmented reality hardware companies – tracing the fascinating and tumultuous development cycles which a single headset goes through on it’s way to the the public.
This VR evolution series embodies the type of thinking critical to surviving fast change in the future. The development process rewards companies that are agile enough to constantly reinvent and rethink their products.
The headsets in the collection are held in private collections, some are for sale and others will be showing in Los Angeles in 2017. A large group of them can be seen in the permanent collection of Delta Airlines in Terminal 2 at Delta Airlines at JFK SkyClub.
The series depicts headsets from big companies like HTC Vive and Meta and small startups such as FOVE and StarVR. Some of the people wearing the headsets are luminaries such as Sergey, Brin, Ted Schilowitz, and even Jeff Bridges. Become part of the collection or watch them be raku fired.