Following the Reset: Mar Menor Lab residency the team reviewed the 360° video material and available scientific data to construct a prototype non-linear interactive 360° video experience, complete with augmented animated elements. The aim was to manifest and communicate a unique experience of the Mar Menor as a bizarre uncanny encounter of a landscape proliferated by familiar animated objects representing this data. Such as a mountain of salt indicating the salinity level in the lagoon, green clouds representing its increased chlorophyll level and a skyline of suitcases signifying its mass tourism. This prototype installation was presented in the Grand Parade Gallery at the University of Brighton from 12 to 14 March 2019 to undertake a user survey and further develop its navigation options. Preparations for the final installation also included the development and testing of live green-screen video inputs, allowing remote participants the opportunity coexist and interact in the final 360° video experience.