Burgerville is a lowbrow visual experience, aimed at stimulating an emotive gleeful response. It uses red and blue anaglyph 3d and real-time interactivity to create an immersive experience. Two people cooperate together in a improvised performance. One person controls a virtual camera through which the spectators view the performance. The other person controls the various animated components of Burgerville.
A pre-recorded video of burgerville was exhibited at iMAL (interactive Media Art Laboratory) in Brussels, Belgium.