Previous Projects

  • Journey to Wild Divine

    The Journey to Wild Divine: The Passage.
    The First in "The Journey to Wild Divine" Serious Game Series

    Inducted into the MacWorld Hall of Fame, The Journey to Wild Divine is the first serious game platform to integrate biofeedback to help users achieve control over their responses, reduce stress and improve overall health and wellness.

    Using patented Iom™ hardware developed by Corwin Bell and his team at Wild Divine, The Passage measures skin conductance and heart rate variability biometrics to provide direct and immediate, on-screen responses to your physiology.

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  • Wisdom Quest

    The Journey to Wild Divine: Wisdom Quest.
    The second game in the “The Journey to Wild Divine” Serious Game Series

    In this installment of the Wild Divine series, best-selling author Deepak Chopra, M.D. guides users through brilliant 3-D landscapes to reveal new breathing and meditation strategies as part of this interactive game. The player controls the level of difficulty to encourage repeat play and deeper training.

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  • Relaxing Rhythms

    Relaxing Rhythms

    The third in a series of biofeedback programs from the Wild Divine, Relaxing Rhythms presents over 40 “inner-active” events in an easy-to-use, 15-step, guided training format.

    Relaxing Rhythms monitors your responses to activities and provides active feedback that helps you learn how to activate and balance yourself. The grapher screen allows you to track your measurements as you transform the rhythms of your thoughts, emotions, and state of mind.

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  • Air Medic Sky 1

    Sacred Water

    VisionShift Studios supported Corwin Bell as the Master Artist in-residence at the Museum of Outdoor Arts (Denver, CO). The result was an exploration of the sacred aspect of water using a truly multi-media approach. From ceramics and wood, to glass and bronze, to photography, computer graphics, animation and then to film this exhibition engaged viewers with an invitation to an experience that opened alternate perspectives of water.

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