Wolfe explained to Wunderman Thompson Intelligence, “From the time I started writing songs (age 8) and discovered my parents’ record collection, I saw records as musical books, with the artwork providing the perfect backdrop for the story, and I loved opening them up and entering into the world of the album. There was also a ritual to the occasion. I started imagining what my album could look like, what it could feel like, what worlds I could create. When it was time for my first album to be released, it was a very different era with the digital replacing the physical. So I thought about how to connect the two and that’s what my work became centered around: reimagining the vinyl experience but for today.”
“We’re working with some movie studios to look at promotional work,” Tõke continued. “That could be something like turning yourself into a particular character, which can then be printed as a figurine. We also think gaming is a big use-case, since you’ll be able to put yourself into a game and play with your friends. Finally, we’re very excited about connecting people through virtual reality to create more authentic social interactions. You’ll be able to speak with friends, family, or colleagues in the virtual space — but as yourself. That’s the ultimate goal.”

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It sure sounds like futuristic stuff, but Tõke is convinced that the need for this kind of technology is going to be in-demand sooner than we might think. Mark Zuckerberg has already opined that more than 40 percent of time in VR will be spent on social interactions, which call for realistic avatars. There is similar promise in everything from gaming to retail settings.

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