Mission Eternity Sarcophagus / Etoy Corporation / Tweakfest 2007

By invitation of the Tweakfest 2007, Etoy presented its Mission Eternity Sarcophagus in Zurich. The Mission Eternity Sarcophagus is a mobile sepulcher for users who prefer to be buried at an indeterminate geographical location. The mobile cemetery tank is a 20 foot ISO standard cargo container, equipped with an immersive LED screen o 17’000 pixels that cover the walls, ceiling and floor on which the visitors can walk. At Tweakfest 2007 Etoy integrated the first mortal remains of a Mission Eternity test pilot. In an online voting, Etoy Shareholders decided to integrate the controversial thinker and pioneer Timothy Leary into Mission Eternity. After Zurich, the Sarcophagus will travel to Motiers, Switzerland, where it will be open to the public until September 2007. Tweakfest 2007, Zurich, May 25, 2007.

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