The following link leads to 360 degree documentation of an installation at The Project Space, University of Guelph. The installation consisted of 5 CRT monitors, 4 LCD monitors, a projector, a 3D print of a CRT monitor, and videos created using live recording devices, including cameras and video synthesizers. It is titled "irl" - an internet slang for "in real life" that is meant to separate the virtual experience from reality.
You can click and drag the screen to change your point of view in the scene. To watch a walkthrough of the entire space, select the "video" icon on the door. For videos of individual sections of the installation, click on the "video" icon situated next to the display.