The intervention in the ecosystems by man has left traces that account for his passage through the territories. But it is not just any footprint, the territories suffer from their passage, the human being then leaves a marked trail, and with this he turns the territory into his own. But this property is manifested in the conformation of a footprint, it is as if it were fingerprint, unique... as each one of the human beings is, a unique human footprint, a HumanPrint. The immersive interface Hu(man)Print proposes to the viewer a reflection in which meaning is expected to be built in relation to the way in which said footprint is formed, it is then how through the interaction of different people in an immersive space an The reaction of the artificial system, which recreates the way in which the territories are intervened, is a repertoire of deterioration, in which the color of the ecosystem, the sound and its spatial composition deteriorate. But then what should be done? You will only know this when you interact, there are moments in which it is better to leave, there are moments in which it is better to walk away, there are moments in which it is more important to love in silence and that is when you will be able to understand that the territory cannot be yours, you can intervene and damage it, but never possess it. Thus, reflection with many or few will have different levels of intervention, making the ways in which the artifice react codependent on the ways in which the different participants move in space, have different directions and project their reflection to the system. Only then will you realize with others, with others, that that unexplored territory is you, and that what you think intervenes in the end is a reflection of who you really are.