Virtual Reality Experience
Raising Awareness About Human Trafficking
You don't know what you don't know.
You can't see what you don't know.
The objective of Unseen is for the user to learn about the different faces of human trafficking (trafficker personas, methods of coercion, victims, survivors) with the goals of:
inspiring the user to engage in the fight against human trafficking
You can save a life...maybe your own.
Maya sets out to find her mother after they have been subjected to human trafficking in an attempt to flee domestic violence and poverty in their home country.
Victoria’s mother sets out to find her daughter after she has been groomed into human trafficking by a supposed boyfriend.
Designed in partnership with survivors, those on the front lines of intervention, the nonprofit sector, and students from various universities, Unseen takes you into the complex world of human trafficking through the lens of various characters and their families.
Unseen is a virtual reality (multi-route), interactive experience in which the user finds "herself" in a warehouse where they must avoid patrolling guards (traffickers) and find their mother or daughter respectively. As they navigate the warehouse, they can hear/view various memories that start to provide the user with more and more information about human trafficking through details of their stories and the stories of others whom they have come across during their journeys.
Rated 13+, Unseen is as applicable for youth as it is for adults and first responders, and is a valuable tool for anyone who wants to make a difference in the fight against human trafficking.
Unseen can be used in the following ways:
At onsite events and conferences
Paired with Do Good Artist's facilitated dialogue
As an add-on to your own sector specific training
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