Omnipresence is a fictional account of life consumed by personal electronics and new media interaction. Contemporary society is built on a foundation of communication that depends on connectivity, thus forming a symbiotic relationship of reliance between humans and their digital machines. The use of personal computing devices is almost unavoidable and has become an integral part of global culture. Ultimately, this contributes to a social community devoid of interpersonal discourse of the physical kind and has led to interactive and consumptive obsession. The byproduct is a global culture that functions in a ubiquitous virtual world, while living in a perpetual state of disconnected connectivity.