Burning Man VR 2020

Burning Man is cancelled! These are words I never thought I would here. I imagine you have a lot of things you never thought would happen, but have because of Covid-19. If the pandemic hadn’t happened, I would be out in the hot, dusty desert right now packing in thousands of adventures. So would 70,000 other intrepid travelers. However, with their adventurous attitude – the community of Burning Man got together and created a Burning Man VR, a virtual event!

For your entertainment and mini-adventure, I’ve gathered a few photos from the multiple virtual spaces to share with you. If that’s not enough, I’ve also collected the stories I’ve posted previously and put the links all in one place (see below).

Virtual and Reality

Burning Man VR LOVE
Above, from the intro video to BRCvr.org and below – me on the real LOVE sculpture.
Kostume Kult frontage taxi art
Kostume Kult, where we built the frontage (including my taxis) in 2019 and the Burning Man VR version for 2020
Monaco art car and Kaleidoscope VR and real life
Above, the VR version of the Monaco art car (“land frigate”) and Kaleidoscope art building rendered in 3D by Graham Bolger. Below, the Monaco from the day I went for a ride under full sail in the desert. Next to it is the building called “Kaleidoscope” built by at the same camp as the Monaco.
The Artery at Burning Man in VR
The Artery (in VR). This is where all the art is registered and coordinated. Last year I was there to get my taxis placed on their big map! On the images you can see the navigation tools for cruising around the virtual “Multiverse” this year.

More on Burning Man

In no particular order, here are the 19 other posts I’ve written on Burning Man:

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Curiosity sparked is key for your adventure mindset.  Learn all sorts of new things in these posts – and use them to inspire your own adventures!

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Self Care is not selfish! When it comes to learning to play and have fun, taking care of you in different ways makes you, and life, more joyful

Be inspired by these guest bloggers who have created their adventure attitudes and transformations in their unique ways.

Sometimes to shift your outlook on life, you need to shift your perspective by traveling somewhere unfamiliar, or seeing familiar places in new ways.  It was while I was in another country that I realized – everywhere is someone’s backyard!  I’ve also become a big fan of traveling to one place that is wildly different each year – an event in the Nevada desert called “Burning Man”

Are you dreaming of tiny house adventures?  Start here.  I’ve worked at a tiny house builder, and am renovating a 1975 Airstream to be my home for my digital nomad life.

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