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->''I'll wait in this place where the sun never shines''
->''Wait in this place where the shadows run from themselves''
-->-- '''Music/{{Cream}},''' "White Room"

A featureless white room. So featureless, in fact, that you can't even tell where the walls, floor, and ceiling end--they all blend seamlessly together under the uniform light, so the chamber looks more like a white void than a room. Sometimes, the only indication that it's ''not'' a void is the fact that the characters have something solid to stand on.

As [[BlankWhiteVoid literal white voids]] represent some "other realm"--usually a result of a [[DreamSequence dream]] or crossing over to [[AnotherDimension another]] [[AlternateUniverse universe]]--physical rooms that replicate this visual effect will have the same connotations. They make excellent cells for imprisonment or interrogation--the absence of visible exits (or any sign that the outside world exists at all) implies [[SealedRoomInTheMiddleOfNowhere no possibility of escape]]. Or, the white can represent sterility, making these rooms suitable for otherworldly hospitalization. Or, it can represent the limitless possibilities of a blank canvas, so this room could be a currently-inactive [[{{Hologram}} holo]][[HardLight simulator]], or some other place where literally anything can happen.

Occasionally, there are a few pieces of furniture (color is optional) in the room for the characters to sit down and have a discussion. May be an extreme form of AsceticAesthetic. When this effect is produced unintentionally by poor description, it is a FeaturelessPlaneOfDisembodiedDialogue.

Compare BlankWhiteVoid, for literal dimensions of white. Often a sign of the LazyArtist in SequentialArt when the background is missing. The diffused high-key light often makes this the opposite of {{Chiaroscuro}}. See also MiseryLit for when a book presents the white void room on its cover to represent death. May overlap with YouWakeUpInARoom.


* [[http://www.carmax.com/ Carmax]] had a series of TV commercials with people standing in a completely white room. Cars would appear and disappear in response to their description of what vehicle they wanted to buy. (The original ad bore an uncanny similarity to the "We'll need guns. Lots of guns" scene from ''Film/TheMatrix'', below.) A ''great'' deal of car commercials actually take place in the void.
* The Flo-based advertising campaign for Progressive Insurance.
** They've quickly evolved into the "people and furniture floating in a void" variety of this trope. In addition, the employees wear bleach-white clothing, and the furniture seems to be self-illuminated, and there are empty boxes labeled with policies. The white objects in the white void make the void more memorable than other settings where only the background is white. The white clothing makes it seems as if severed heads and severed arms are floating in the white void.
*** It is especially glaring when they spend most of the commercial avoiding this trope by concentrating on a more realistic, documentary style filmed in an actual parking lot, with "used car salesmen" type employees from a competing insurance company. Then we cut from the tacky documentary... to angelic Flo in her Progressive heaven for high contrast.
** The print ads and banner ads are more of the "photo shoot" variety found in the Real Life section of this page, with only the white void in the background, so you can focus on Flo's quirky, zealous visage.
* The setting of most Apple Computer ads since the introduction of [=OSX=], including the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2-UuIEOcss testimonial-based "Switch" campaign]], the Justin Long-John Hodgeman [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgzbhEc6VVo "Mac vs. [=PC=]" ads]], and more recently the iPhone ads. The notable exception is the iPod ads, which lean more toward the [[DesignStudentsOrgasm opposite extreme]].
* A set of three UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation3}} commercials (one Nightmare Fuel) features a room likely meant to invoke this effect, but it's just a white room. '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqkNPcUMffU This is the Nightmare Fuel one]].'''
* One of the more famous "Got Milk?" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IF_iDHQNdY commercials]] involved a man who dies and wakes up in an empty white room in what seems to be heaven. Of course, then it turns out to be [[{{Hell}} the other place.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa50J7uEb_w This]] [[http://www.ennuestrasmanos.org/ En Nuestras Manos]] PublicServiceAnnouncement, featuring various [[CelebrityEndorsement celebrities]] in one, proudly showing their pulseras.
* Little Debbie's Fancy Cakes are white cakes always featured in this type of room, to seem more… fancy?

[[folder:{{Anime}} and Manga]]
* In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', Homura's apartment is one of these.
* ''Anime/DekoBokoFriends'' takes place in a white void room containing nothing except a red door that the show's characters enter through.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'', there's a room in the Pentagon that isn't actually a white void, but drugs in the water supply have mind-control ingredients that make everyone see it that way.
* In ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'', former Brotherhood of Evil member Eric Morden volunteers for an [[EvilutionaryBiologist ex-Nazi scientist's]] experiment in which he's temporarily immobilized and placed in a spherical white room where he can do nothing but sit and stare at the whiteness until he goes mad. Eventually a tiny black dot, projected on the white expanse, seems to him to grow larger and larger until it transforms him into the abstract, shadowy villain Mr. Nobody with the power to drain the sanity from others.
* Jean Van Hamme's ''Le Grand Pouvoir du Chninkel'' features ''le Non-Monde'' .

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* This trope's use in bad fanfiction is lampshaded in the anniversary chapter of ''FanFic/YouGotHaruhiRolled'', which begins [[BookEnds (and ends)]] with all the aliens standing around in one of these, after complaining that the anniversary chapter was just a reading of ''Literature/TheUglyBarnacle''. [[spoiler:The real chapter starts immediately afterward.]]
* The room in ''FanFic/WhiteBox''. Canvas seems pretty happy there, before he starts to remember colour...

* ''Film/{{THX 1138}}'' (pictured) is the {{Trope Maker|s}}.
* In ''Film/TheMatrix'', the Construct appeared like this when its users aren't running simulations. It could also be used to procure supplies to take into the Matrix, such as guns. Lots of guns. The Architect's lair would be this if he didn't stick a bunch of TV's to the wall.
* ''Film/MenInBlack'' has some, specifically the Deneuralizing Room. Eventually, we come to realize that it's basically a large toilet bowl.
* The MadeForTVMovie ''Mr. Stitch'' ( a [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci Fi]] [[Film/SyfyOriginalMovie Original]], mid-1990s, basically a very weird retelling of the Frankenstein story) featured a white room with minimalistic furniture, as the space where the titular creation spent his first several weeks of consciousness before escaping.
* The detention room in ''Film/SkyHigh2005'' is this, plus desks. The room also turns off the students' powers.
%%* The [[MindScrew "Midnight Radio"]] song in ''Theatre/HedwigAndTheAngryInch''.
%%* The center of the Torus in ''Epoch''.
* The time travel chamber in ''Series/GuestFromTheFuture'' is a blank white room with a small control stand in the center.
* The Day Of Wonders virtual reality program in the ''Film/{{Apocalypse}}'' series by Cloud Ten Pictures takes place in a white room with the DigitalAvatar of TheAntichrist offering whoever enters it the MarkOfTheBeast, with the alternative being death, usually by [[OffWithHisHead decapitation]].
* ''Film/MissionToMars'' features one inside the Face of Mars.
* In Richard Lester's ''The Knack (and how to get it)'', Tom sees a room is for rent in the protagonist's home, moves in unannounced, and promptly starts painting everything in it white, including the furniture, floor and windowpanes. Tom is a bit mad, and was evicted from his last place for painting ''it'' white.
* Creator/NicoleKidman's character Suzanne Stone-Maretto often talks to the fourth wall while in one of these types of rooms in ''Film/ToDieFor.''
* ''Film/PoltergeistIII'': The [[WhatCouldHaveBeen original ending]] was supposed to show a progression through the apartment, where the environment goes from cold and icy, to more and more frosted over and blistery, until the FinalGirl reaches a bedroom, which has become the wintery center for the villain's rage, with nothing but a zero visibility blizzard surrounding the two as they stand amongst some frozen bodies that are strewn on and around some frozen furniture. No walls, just an expanse... as can be seen [[http://www.poltergeistiii.com/originalending.html here]] in general, and [[http://i46.tinypic.com/2z5jho7.jpg here]] in particular. However, the ending was reshot in a hurried manner, which shows some frost and mist in a shadowy bedroom, but otherwise avoids this trope.
* ''Film/{{Flashdance}}'' Alex and her friends work out in one of these rooms.
* ''Film/DaftPunksElectroma'' features one. Exaggerated to the point in where the workers in the room are also wearing white and don't have distinguishable outlines, resulting in them perfectly blending into the white walls.
* The portal rooms in the ''Film/{{Phantasm}}'' series have this.
* At the beginning of ''Film/UnderTheSkin'', the protagonist drags the body of woman into one of these, where she [[spoiler:takes her clothing for her own, so she can prey on hitchhikers.]]
* ''Film/OhGod'' - Jerry goes to one of these for his interview with God. Though not seamless, it definitely invokes this trope, everything seems to be covered in a coat of white paint. There's a window that overlooks what seems to be a black, white, and gray city.
* ''Film/TheDawnsHereAreQuiet'': The members of the AmazonBrigade fighting [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII against the Germans]] keep having flashbacks and imagine spots throughout the movie. Some are presented fairly realistically but some are presented symbolically in a White Void Room. For example, one woman imagines the massacre of her family by the Germans: they are sitting at the dinner table, screaming German dialogue is heard, and the white void room starts blinking red.
* ''Film/{{Cube}}'' ends with the last surviving character walking into a blinding white void. Given the metaphysical themes of the film it wouldn't be surprising that he's literally walking into a dimensional void, but the prequel reveals it to really be a giant room with white walls.


* ''Literature/TheMetamorphosisOfPrimeIntellect'' has several characters in a post-TechnologicalSingularity universe living in white void rooms. Most, though, find that they don't really want to live in a completely featureless white void, and and up decorating their living areas, thus completely missing the point of not owning anything when there's no longer any meaning to concepts like "home".
* The ''Website/TurkeyCityLexicon'' {{deconstruct}}s this trope under the name "White Room Syndrome." According to the Lexicon, to begin a story with "She awoke in a white room" is "a clear and common sign of the failure of the author's imagination," since, if you think about it, it's likely [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything a barely coded description]] of the writer's own ideas slowly coming together while staring at a featureless blank white ''piece of paper.''
* Aside from the camera setup at one end and the television monitor setup at the other, the Television-Chocolate Room in ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'' is "completely bare" and white thanks to the walls, floor, and ceiling being painted such, as well as the extremely bright light coming from overhead lamps (so bright that one cannot enter the room without donning special dark glasses).
* In ''Literature/InstrumentOfGod'', the magistrate tells two lawyers how they have a "stasis field" that suspends people in another area where ten minutes passes in their world no matter how long the person is in the field. In this case it's used to send someone to the prison law library, but in cases of misconduct or bad behavior ("sending them to Coventry") it can be turned into a completely white room. The magistrate even uses a ShoutOut to the White Room from ''Film/TheMatrix''. It's used for solitary confinement for disciplinary cases, generally one minute, but it's considered so bad a punishment that the maximum time the courts will allow them to use it is one hour.
* ''Literature/TheMazeRunner''. Thomas is placed in one at the end of "The Scorch Trials". Teresa tells him (via telepathy) that this is because he had started to show symptoms of the Flare, making him a danger to the other survivors. This turns out to be a lie; the real reason Thomas was placed in the white room was so that WICKED could stimulate a particular emotional response in him, enabling them to collect more killzone patterns.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* The PilotMovie of the Showtime series ''Series/OdysseyFive'' had one of these. It was where a member of a race of {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s rescued the main characters and sent them to save Earth.
--> "God really IS an old, white guy."
* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'', the "White Room" that connects Wolfram & Hart's terrestrial office to the [[UltimateEvil Senior Partners]] was one of these, with a [[CreepyChild creepy little girl]] serving as the Conduit at first. Later, a large black panther assumes the role, and then, an evil doppleganger of the visitor. It's not a nice place to visit.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Most of the holding chambers in the Initiative are like this.
* For a really obscure example: A 1990s Comedy sketch-comedy show called "Limboland" was entirely set in one of these.
* The ''Series/{{Eyewitness}}'' series of science/nature documentaries is set in a kind of MishmashMuseum with animals of all sorts running about. This can be seen in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSNJpoUmJcg its opening sequence ]], where the camera zooms through the museum's bizarre floor plan. The walls also have screens and picture frames depicting various images from the natural world. The museum itself is shown as being like this throughout the documentaries themselves, with video clips being introduced by the camera panning to the screens and picture frames. It also had the added strangeness effect of the pictures depicted being different every time, because they would be related to the subject matter.
* ''Series/DoctorWho''
** The "kindness centre" in "The Girl Who Waited" is mostly made up of these.
** The Extraction Chamber in "Hell Bent."
* An episode of ''Series/TheXFiles'' had Mulder captured and interrogated in one of these rooms.
* The 1990 political thriller ''Die Kinder'' shows how this can be created in real life; the protagonist is being interrogated in one, and a RevealShot shows it's a white dome tent with a floodlight shining on the outside.
* ''Series/PennAndTellerBullshit'' takes place in one of these. True to the show's form of pooh-poohing hocus-pocus, though, the camera sometimes pulls out and reveals that the white void is just a set, with cameras and lights and crew (something that is very easy to forget when you only watch TV and movies from one side of the camera).
* In ''Series/TheBrave'' episode "Desperate Measures", Jaz is interrogated by Qods Force in a room where everything, including the furniture, is white. Her interrogator even wears an all-white suit and the guards wear all-white military uniforms.

* The white background was [[http://goldenageofmusicvideo.com/?p=226 a popular design theme]] among post-punk and {{New Wave|Music}} musicians in the late 1970s and early 1980s, in keeping with the [[ThreeChordsAndTheTruth stripped-back sensibility]] that these genres developed from.
** The TropeCodifier for music videos is believed to be ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FabM1RJTkrY Pop Muzik']]' by M. The director, Brian Grant, [[http://goldenageofmusicvideo.com/?p=226 was on record saying]] that he was given a [[NoBudget budget limit of £2000]], so he had little choice but to produce the video on a 'white cyc' background and edit the video on the fly. The rest, as they say, is history.
** 999 - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMlpqOsc2BU&feature=player_embedded Homicide]]''
** Buggles - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8r-tXRLazs Video Killed The Radio Star]]''
** Music/ElvisCostello - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpprOGsLWUo&feature=player_embedded Pump It Up]]''
** Music/DavidBowie - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v--IqqusnNQ Life on Mars?]]'' and ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kB7skYEv_EM Be My Wife]]''
*** Bowie also appears in it on the album cover of ''Music/AladdinSane''.
** Music/TheJam - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AE1ct5yEuVY Going Underground]]''
** Music/{{Madness}} - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlrR66WX74g It Must Be Love]]'', and ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rV1_7R_3cXA Driving In My Car]]'' (although interspersed with live action cuts)
*** They also appear in it on the album cover of ''Music/OneStepBeyond''.
** Missing Persons - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IasCZL072fQ&feature=player_embedded Words]]''
** Music/{{Queen}}, strangely, for the video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hw8ojWh0KOQ&feature=related "Calling All Girls"]]. It was their tribute to ''Film/{{THX 1138}}'', and it fits with the theme of the song.
** Music/RickJames - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYHxGBH6o4M Super Freak]]''
** Music/TalkingHeads - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1wg1DNHbNU Once In A Lifetime]]'' variant with video animations.
** Toni Basil - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvQex1RQ5G4 Mickey]]''
** Music/{{U2}} - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2BqLlVHlWA I Will Follow]]'': a variant was used with the album cover for ''Boy'' featured in the background.
** The Vapours - ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEmJ-VWPDM4 Turning Japanese]]''.
* Surprisingly ''not'' the "White Room" described in the Music/EricClapton song quoted, which features "black curtains"
* The setting for Music/{{Beyonce}}'s ''Single Ladies'' video.
* As well as Music/MichaelJackson's "Scream" [[note]]Technically not featureless, but it was clearly executed as an InvokedTrope[[/note]], Music/ChrisBrown's "I Can Transform Ya," and about a million other music videos.
** Jackson stands in a white void room on the album cover of ''Music/{{Bad}}''.
* Music/LilWayne and Music/KanyeWest's Lollipop African Remix, as seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR7_VACr-8Q here]]
* The video for Music/{{ABBA}}'s "Take a Chance on Me" as seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UvtOQnPE5c&NR=1 here]]. With the exception of a slight shadow of a corner in some shots.
** The video for Music/{{Erasure}}'s [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSnLGdpjWf4 cover]] of the same song.
** ABBA also used white void rooms in its videos for ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sj_9CiNkkn4 Waterloo]]'', ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL0EoXdpOqg Ring, Ring]]'', and ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unfzfe8f9NI Mamma Mia]]''.
* Music/LadyGaga's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTzb3L4jXmU The Brain]]
* The Music/StoneTemplePilots did a {{Retraux}} example with ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0gAxuvo5rc Big Bang Baby]]''.
* The video for Tatjana's 'Santa Maria'.
* Averted in Music/AKB48's video for [[http://youtu.be/HDn_EK7VRwQ Beginner]] in that although the main dance video is shot in a white void, it's repeatedly intercut with shots from a different perspective showing the stage it is filmed on.
* About two minutes into ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrB-_nIer88 Daft Punk's Human After All]].''
* "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kq4OtRsdXls&ab_channel=TimeRecords Destination Calabria]]" by Alex Gaudino ft. Crystal Waters.

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* Every comic strip, almost all of the time, due to the ever-shrinking size of the average strip, and artists' inability to fit anything but talking heads into each panel, as referenced in various ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'' strips, for instance [[http://i51.tinypic.com/1yo0uh.gif here]]
* ''ComicStrip/TheFamilyCircus:'' The "featureless white void" is commonly seen in this comic, and became a running inside joke on ''The DysfunctionalFamilyCircus. The "featureless white ''room''" is mentioned [[http://dfc.furr.org/archive/224.html here]] as a specific example, "Bil loved the power he wielded over us. He'd coop us up in featureless white rooms for months on end." And "Jeffy desperately tries to stop the scenery rushing in to fill the vacuum of their stark, white home."

[[folder:Video Games]]

* Castle Oblivion from ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'' may count as an entire building made of White Rooms if it weren't for the revisited levels from the previous game, and the ''tiny'' decorations in the rooms. Even the revisited levels themselves are described as White Void Rooms that have been magically reshaped by Sora's memories, and in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', Namine gets a similarly blank white room of her own in an otherwise dark, dusty mansion. The room's in-game name is, appropriately enough, "The White Room".
* The white room behind the mirror in the DS remake of ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''. It has in it just one star.

* The Rakatan prison in ''Franchise/StarWars: VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic''.

* ''VideoGame/HitmanCodename47'' ends in one of these; a later release, ''VideoGame/HitmanContracts'' starts off in that same room.
* Several appear in the original [[VideoGame/DotHackR1Games .hack]] games, sparsely furnished and frequently falling apart due to corrupt or deleted data. ''VideoGame/DotHackGU'' has some as well, most notably The Creator's Room.
* ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'': The map gm_construct has one of these, until you change the color of its walls. Fun glitch: make the walls in that room transparent. Enjoy the trippy!
* The loading screens in the ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' games (known as "memory corridors" in-universe as a function of the Animus; similar backdrops are used on in-game menu screens too) are like this, typically white with animated line patterns everywhere (plus you can control your character too). In ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedRevelations'', they are ''black and teal'' void rooms instead (though justified in plot, as, due to unique circumstances, its being played in the system's "safe mode"), while ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII'' gave it a visual upgrade with tons of distorted "fragments" flying around it too. This trope also comes into play immediately after killing a major target so that the assassin can [[TalkingIsAFreeAction take their time having a nice chat]] with the victim before escaping.
* The final {{cutscene}} in ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberianTwilight'' is in a white void room [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8No_Ea6tmYY inside the Scrin tower]].
* This is where the FinalBattle in ''[[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters King of Fighters XIII]]'' against [[spoiler:Ash under Saiki's control]] takes place.
* In the VideoGame/ChzoMythos teaser game "The Countdown Trilogy - 2", the protagonist [[DeadlyGraduation murders her boyfriend]] in one of these to join the Order of Blessed Agonies.
* ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' has the Q Room. The door just reads Q.
* The standard color scheme in ''VideoGame/{{Antichamber}}''.
* The G-Man seems to enter this at the end of ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' through an invisible door in space. It appears again on box art, desktops, and at the start of ''Episode One''.
* You can buy this type of room for your Miis in ''VideoGame/TomodachiLife'', it's actually the cheapest room in the game, being around 50 dollars. While most other rooms cost between $200 to $5000
* The inside of the [=UFOs=] at the end of GUMP's first two flash games, "TERMINAL HOUSE" and "RENTAL HOUSE". Oh, and they're also home to flying one-eyed white...tentacle creatures.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* In the ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' short [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail110.html "for kids"]], Homsar's [[ShowWithinAShow educational preschool kids' show]], ''Whaddaya Know Haddi-man?'' opens with a shot of Homsar in a featureless white room.
* In episode 2 of Girl-chan in Paradise, the heroes fight one of Galacticamaru's captains in some kind of flat surfaced area that is all white. The ease of drawing it is lampshaded by Genstar.
--> '''Genstar:''' Must be easy... To draw!

* Lampshaded and justified early in ''WebComic/CollegeRoomiesFromHell''. Mike's father comes to visit and comments on the lack of stuff in the room, which Mike reveals is due to the concealing white fog from all their garbage. Once the place was cleaned up, backgrounds became more prominent.
* In a guest storyline in ''WebComic/{{Narbonic}}'', Helen shuts herself in one of these to magnify her madness in order to defeat a psychic.
* Chrispy leaves out backgrounds for ''WebComic/{{Precocious}}'' ''a lot''. It's not as much of an issue in the strips that are in color, though.
* The cover for issue #8 of the Creator/ImageComics series ''Deathblow.''
* ''WebComic/AskACat'' generally avoid backgrounds unless they're necessary.
* [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=580 The idling holosimulator]] from ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt''.
** More recently, this appears to be where Anthony Carver is keeping his daughter.


[[folder:Web Original]]

* ''WebVideo/MrDeity'' is set primarily in one of these.
* One of these plays a major [[ChekhovsGun plot point]] in ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'' story ''Card of Ten''.
* In ''WebVideo/EchoChamber'', the Administrator's headquarters is one of these.
* In ''[[WebVideo/TheCartoonMan Journey of the Cartoon Man]]'', Oswald Sherzikien brings Karen and Roy to his dreamotorium, a blank white space in which he "draws" various images to illustrate his plans.
* [=Shoe0nHead=] addresses this trope in her [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPg0W75KweQ review]] of a video that takes place in a White Void Room, where she says, "So, without further ado, here is, "Men-Never-Get-Hate-on-Youtube-Ever-This-Is-Only-a-Problem-Women-Face-So-We-Have-to-Address-It-In-Front-of-a-White-Background-With-Royalty-Free-Piano."
* Used to jarring effect in episode 5 of ''WebVideo/{{Televoid}}'', especially since the show has taken place in a black void room up until then.

[[folder:Western Animation]]

* In [[WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther Pink Panther]] cartoon ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPhink'', most every object that the Pink Panther and the Little Man are competing to paint is shown in a white void space.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Charade}}'', the White Void Room where the Charades player is demonstrating his clues turns into water when he has to demonstrate ''Film/{{Jaws}}''.
* The ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' episode "How Long Is Forever?" has a seemingly insane BadFuture version of Raven being held in a white room, apparently for her own protection. [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Considering what she did]] to Dr. Light, this might have been a good thing for everyone else too.
* WesternAnimation/InvaderZim's Room... with a MOOSE!!
* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'': Seen in the episode "Squeeze the Day", there's also a small room somewhere in the mansion where "Never-Leave Steve" is implied to always be sitting in a single orange chair. When Bloo finds that room, assuming Steve is still there, [[spoiler:the entire population of the house had gone to the beach without him, ''because they knew he would just mess up their day, otherwise.'']]
* In ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Park Avenue's home turns out to be pure white, including the furniture. Mordecai and Rigby had to spray paint the furniture orange just to see what they kept bumping into. Ironic, considering that Park Avenue's a graffiti artist [[MoralMyopia and got mad at Mordecai and Rigby for spraying his home despite being the one who vandalized the park.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Pocoyo}}'' takes place in one.
* ''WesternAnimation/WordParty'' portrays certain scenes as this, particularly the opening theme sequence.
* ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine'' has one of these.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}'' makes use of one for most of the Season 2 theme songs, along with a few gags. The original version of Nixel Land appears to take place in one as well.
* Inverted with 1975 animated short film ''WesternAnimation/MonsieurPointu'', in which famous violinist Paul Cormier, aka "Monsieur Pointu", performs against a Black Void Room (probably a stage covered in black curtains), as the animation gets more and more bizarre.

[[folder: Workout Videos]]
* The Yoga series from Ana Brett and Ravi Singh often features this room, as does their [[http://i45.tinypic.com/2f093xs.jpg website]].
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hBHh5tsiY8 Capoeira Fitness (Nike Courses)]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeHSOuEW8l0&feature=related Chris Freytag]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQYYM6t8Qfk Kim Strother]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xTGTj_2JdE This]] spine-destroying CGI workout.
* Cindy Crawford subverts this by working out in a white void room, as well as colored void rooms.
* This StepfordSmiler [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueeucuG17k8 Jazzercise]] from [[OlderThanTheyThink the 80s]]
* Aerobicise, an 80's series of workout videos, was entirely set in this.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Some CIA interrogators "break" detainees who won't confess by making them spend time in a featureless white room that's brightly lit all day and air-conditioned enough to be uncomfortable.
* These rooms are actually not uncommon and used for photo shoots. The walls and floor are painted white and the corners are carefully filled in, rounded together and painted white to give it a blank uniform appearance.
* While not seamless voids, white rooms are a very common form used in newer art galleries. The theory is the white walls do not draw attention away from the exhibits.
* The space where words seem to float on most writing programs.
* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HomePage This]] website, and many others.
** Though the 2015 update has added some color.