The Virtual Journey is currently available only on laptops and desktops.

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Welcome!

A Virtual Voyage Around My Bedroom

Great, let’s get started.

Click on the clock on your screen to literally start the "clock" and begin a journey of a lifetime. Take as much time as you like, but make sure that is longer than the minimum of Four-Minutes, Twenty Seconds and try not to exceed the maximum of Forty-Two days.

Good luck


and Bon Voyage!

Well done!

We are now officially travelling

Here is your logbook.
Enter your name below:

Choose from the following pairs of virtual pyjamas:

Choose 3 more items from the list to take with you as additional kit:

SKETCHBOOK
AND PENCILS
PHILOSOPHY
QUOTES BY
MARCUS AURELIUS
BEER
PEBBLE
COMPASS
STRING
GLACIER
MINT

Nice!

Good choice.

Log in your coordinates (i.e City):

What’s outside?

Let’s go.

Pause.

Relax.

Pause.

Go to starting point.

It’s going really well.

Be here for a moment. Be still.

It’s going well.

Yes, actually go there (if you can).

Or go there in your minds eye.

Take your time. Remember, don’t rush.

Breath deep.

Breath slow.

What can you hear?

What does that remind you of?

Now, take three steps in a different direction and stop. Lovely.

What can you see now?

Now, look at the floor.

What colour is it?

What does it remind you of?

Imagine it is a different colour.

Got that?

Good.

Let’s make a progression to the bed.

Estimate the distance in steps that you need to take.

Can you stand behind the headboard of your bed?

Yes?

No?

Maybe?

If "No" Don’t worry.

Imagine you can.

This will give you an opportunity to look at your bedroom in a different way - a way you’ve not seen it before.

Is there dust under the bed?

Now would be a good time to have that beer if you have one in the kitbag.

What can you hear now?

Can you hear the silence behind the noise?

Tell me about that door again.

Panels? Flat? Modern? Old?

Door handle or knob??

Let’s focus on that handle/knob.

How many people have used that handle/knob?

I wonder who was the first. Who will be next?

Will it still be in use in a 100 years time?

Close your eyes.

Picture the room in a hundred years time. Then open them when ready.

Thank you!

You did it!

Take a postcard

That’s great.

Well done.

Stop the clock

If you were to write a postcard to someone who will voyage around your bedroom in a hundred years time - someone you’ll never meet - what might you say to them?

Congratulations.

You are the 33th person to make a virtual journey around a bedroom.

Here are your stats:

  • - Name:

  • - Pyjama:

  • - Location:

  • - 3 x kit items:

  • - Bedroom map with route.

  • - What can you hear:

  • - What that reminds you off:

  • - What you can see:

  • - Floor reminds of:

  • - Distance to bed:

  • - Handle/ Knob:

  • - No. of users:

  • - Still there in 100 years:

Postcard message:

and...

Press the image below to SAVE and be added to the visitors book.

Thank you.

I've got two things to give you as

mementos of your voyage today.

Pick whichever one you prefer first:

Now, this has been quite a journey.

You may feel a little fatigued later. ( a bit like jet lag)

Take it easy.

Under no circumstances operate heavy machinery during the reminder of the day.

By all means, have a cup of tea and a biscuit.

Thank you.

Happy travelling!

X

Postcard.

This postcard is for you to thank you, for the postcard you've written - keep it as a souvenir or send it to a friend...

X

Badge.

Here is a badge for you.

Glue onto cardboard. Sellotape safety pin onto back - like in the Beano.

Everyone who makes a voyage around my bedroom gets one of these...

This will remind you to slow down and notice the beauty in the everyday, things that we often take for granted. It will remind you to enjoy the little details in life... and if you look closely - you'll see there's a face...

Print this badge and wear it with pride.

You are now part of an exclusive club.

Download

These are your backpack items, make sure you have 3 of them:

SKETCHBOOK
AND PENCILS
PHILOSOPHY
QUOTES BY
MARCUS AURELIUS
BEER
PEBBLE
COMPASS
STRING
GLACIER
MINT

Let’s sort out some geography.

Look at this map.

Select as many of these items as you require and position them on your map to match the arrangement of furniture in your bedroom. Click to rotate furniture.

Great



Now, where’s the door?

Indicate this on your map.



Where’s the window?

Indicate this on your map.





This is your bedroom map.

You can get back here and rearrange it anytime.





Pin a starting point.



Pin an end destination.



Select a route / direction that most intrigues you.

Draw a zig zag or curve route from point A to point B

BED
BEDSIDE
TABLE
CHEST OF
DRAWERS
PLANT
LAMP
Chair
WARDROBE
DOOR
WINDOW
START
END
ZIG ZAG
CURVE