VR4two is an index on multi-user VR experiences. It is maintained by Sander Veenhof
, an independent developer of formats based on interactions happening in both the virtual and the physical realm. After working with augmented reality for years, he currently creates multi-user VR experiences, to be used by people at one location. The opportunity to reach a pop-up audience anywhere anytime with mobile AR or VR, thanks to the smartphone in everyone's pocket, as a fascination of Veenhof. But at the same time, he has his concerns too about the growing impact of technology on our society, which is turning our personal life into a complicated ICT project. His creations, often cooperations with (theatre)writers or performance artists, promote an alternative approach to technology. With a focus on fiction, instead of efficiency. Local encounters, instead of global connectedness. And a preference for lo-tech solutions, sometimes leading to an even more immersive experience than a hi-tech effort. As shown in the GuesswhatVR 360 quiz or the guided "cyborg" walks through a GPS-based VR landscape where a human was used to enrich technology, and to move beyond the limitations of technology.