The performer wears a mechatronic exoskeleton connected to various parts of his body. Each mobile element can move that part and is connected to a console where the audience can control the performer’s action, as well as the light, sound and projections.
The audience accesses a computer with specific software that presents a graphic interface, allowing them to control the lighting, the sound, the projected images, the rotation of the platform on which the performer stands and the valves and relays that allow them to move the performer’s ears, mouth, nose, pectorals and buttocks at will. This produces an effect of voyeurism as well as control over the human body thanks to technology. This was one of the first manifestations of the style, and the performer has explored the use of the exoskeleton and augmented reality extensively during his career.