The process of imagining spaces and places for others needs is based on the assumption of a shared experience and our ability to empathize with others. However this assumption of a shared experience is a device rather than a fact, we all experience the world uniquely whether in small or large ways dependent on our past experiences and physiology. The project investigates the spectrum between the normality of everyday life and the extent of imagination. It is represented as a non linear interactive film which presents five parallel worlds that is formed from the protagonist’s memories as he interacted with each mundane objects in his room. The project sets a technical challenge to portray this gradual transformation of space and time from mundane setting to a mad setting through these series of short interactive film segment.