The immersive experience
Featuring the images of Steve McCurry
Created and written by Robb Wagner—A Stimulated-Inc. Original
Move over Van Gogh — Humanity is a radical hyper-transformation of the immersive-entertainment genre. Its award-winning images, narrative storyline, immersive environments, sweeping musical score and resonant soundscape will make the experience more sensorial, sharble and memorable than any other.
Humanity is not just a story told through images. It is an Ultra-Sensory™ experience that allows people to transcend the boundaries of their realities. It lets people feel what it is like to live the life of others whom they would never otherwise cross paths with.
People will leave Humanity with a shift in their perspective on the world. A perspective that can only be gained from taking a personal journey through a spellbinding, emotionally charged narrative that transports hearts and minds to far away places.
Through its 3 acts and 18 individual movements, Humanity sets out to elicit empathy for the most extreme ends of the human condition. It tells a story in which humanity, Earth and the animal world are pushed to their absolute limits. Brutal War, natural and man-made disasters, unimaginable poverty. These heart-wrenching moments are where the oneness that is within all of us as human beings is truly palpable and present.
By contrast, Humanity also shows us that even during these desolate, deeply low points—there is a stubborn spark of hope within all people that allows them to find the strength to rebuild their lives, families, and communities. It is at this point in the Chroma narrative when we realize that on this planet, all we truly have to lean on is each other.
Designed to be transformative, deeply emotional, and unifying in a time when we need it the most, Humanity will stand as a powerful reminder that we are all human, we are all one, and we will always come back stronger when we fall.
In the end, the Humanity narrative uplifts audiences with positivity, optimism and hope, in a world where those emotions can be hard to feel.