This talk will discuss the conceptual framework, temporal and spatial structure, as well as method of creation of several works of immersive visual music that reflect the influence of global multicultural flows intersecting in contemporary Singapore, with focus on Asian cosmologies of one-ness. This includes Vishwaroop (2014), Illuminations (2013), Crystal Aurora (2012), in addition to new works that engage landscape and architecture. Each work is a form of transnational transmedia initiated by sound and incorporates musical instruments such as Tibetan Singing Bowls, the Indian sitar and tabla, and real-time physical-digital computer music processes. Embedded systems and sensors in the environment, as well as plant biofeedback, are part of the emergent and complex systems running in real-time using PureData/Gem. Data from different domains are translated and transmitted across and among them, and the visual, sonic, sensory (including touch and smell), and cognitive results are meditative and ever changing. These works exist in a range of forms including digital dome films, large scale site specific installations, and live performances where the relationship between the performer, public and environment interact and interweave.