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Where Thoughts Go: Prologue

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 •  Release Date: October 14th
 •  Genre: Narrative & Story Telling
 •  Store Page: https://WhereThoughtsGo.Me
 •  Developer: Lucas Rizzotto
 •  Country of Origin: Brazil
 •  Website: http://WhereThoughtsGo.Me
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Developer Bio

Lucas Rizzotto is a Latvian-Brazilian born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A creative technologist from a very young age, Lucas has always been a compulsive creator: be it writing music, making games, recording short films or trying to establish new genres of media, although he has only recently entered the world of tech.

Today he's one of the most active creatives in the world of VR/AR and is actively working to uncover new ways to connect people emotionally through this new medium.

Lucas’ long term goal is to make technology invisible and indistinguishable from nature, seamlessly blending our digital and physical worlds into one extraordinary reality that can make us better humans beings and expand our outlook of the world. He believes that all software should be designed to be transformative, touching and magical, striving to make those values a core part of spatial computing.

Where Thoughts Go: Prologue is a title featured at [[ ]].

About Where Thoughts Go: Prologue

Discover the dreams, fears and secrets of others—and leave your own for others to find.

In this award-winning social experience, human thoughts exist as sleeping creatures that can be awakened to reveal voice-recorded stories of other participants who were here before you. These anonymous stories are revealing and inspiring, encouraging reflection and introspection. To progress, you must leave your own stories behind for others to uncover

Visually beautiful and wholly transformative, Where Thoughts Go thematically explores the course of a lifetime through five simple questions written to dig deep. The voice recordings you hear are unique and unidentifiable, left by individuals from every walk of life, every age and every background. Participants have no way to discern who they are hearing from, only how considerate and sensitive each and every person is.