Your voice is a tool.
What will you use it to create?
Make Noise is a unique virtual reality experience which uses the power of your voice to smash through the barriers the Suffragettes faced during their fight to win the to vote for women.
Created with BBC VR Hub Make Noise uses original archive material from the Suffragettes to retell the dramatic story of how a few women started one of the most important movements in history.
In a series of colourful and abstract worlds that represent the stages of their struggle from Frustration to Resistance to Victory, you are invited to use your own voice and consider what does it mean to speak up in a world that does not value your voice.
Mesmerizing, profound and playful Make Noise will empower users to follow Emmeline Pankhurst’s advice and ‘make more noise’
Writing and Direction May Abdalla
Concept & Creative Direction Barry Gene Murphy
Lead Developer & Interactive Design Mike Golembewski
Artistic Consultant Kate Lane
3D Artists: Olly Venning, J.J. Shim, Oliver Atton-Higgins, Javier Pérez Ródenas, Ravi Swami, Cruiser VFX
Music Composition Nicole Robson
Sound Design Rebecca Parnell
Technical Production Assistant Clarice Hilton
Additional Development Jerome Maurey-Delaunay
Technical Project Manager Kim Plowright
Producer Michelle Feuerlicht
Executive Producers Anagram & BBC VR HUB