Deep Space Interactive Experiences opens up a whole series of portals to new content. Two 16×9-meter projection surfaces on the wall and floor of a space equipped with sophisticated tracking technology makes Deep Space 8K an extraordinary setting for realistic three-dimensional experiences. Pharus, the laser tracking system Ars Electronica Futurelab staffer Otto Naderer developed as his master’s degree project, has been continuously enhanced since its inception. Students at the Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences’ Hagenberg Campus and Linz specifically created Art University were so fascinated by it that they created their own applications for Deep Space. Six laser sensors installed at ankle height around the periphery of the floor detect the positions of the individuals moving about the space. Simultaneous evaluation of the captured data in combination with intelligent tracking makes it possible for this setup to register up to 30 individuals in Deep Space 8K.