Hydra is Folding Up Something Beautiful

Video games represent a wonderful method of pulling disparate art forms together. It’s certainly not the only medium so suited: the screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Coraline and other Henry Selick projects come to mind. This use of real-world figures in animation, in particular, I find endlessly interesting to look at. And while Selick and Co. are crafting all manner of physical sculptures to commit to film, Spanish independent game studio Hydra Interactive Entertainment is capturing the same appeal by drafting up digital origami sculptures for a game they like to call Upside-Down Dimensions.

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