Squashed Space Browsing recreates the physical journey of walking inside a building digitally to expose
the uncanny distance between the two. I was inspired by image-mapping technology that wraps images or textures
on the surface of a shape to generate a realistic three-dimensional scene. This technology restricts its environment
to a minimal structure with one perspective, a cost effective solution.

I reenacted this process to recalibrate the photographs of the interior of 2 College Street building at RISD.
The sequence of the physical space is broken down into surfaces, and a blue door acts as a hyperlink connecting these.
The images are distorted to make the door the same proportion while displaying the blank part of the unmapped surface.