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Futurist Friday: I Think, Therefore I Am

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog

Some futurist scenarios are more probable than others. But even those that seem wildly improbable help us see the present in a new light. The March, a lyrical animation (5 min)  wrote, directed, and animated by Josh Fortune for the Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge,  explores how augmented reality affects our “real” lives. 

Fortune’s “Brainbots” have lost the bodies they neglected in favor of the virtual world. Will this lead one ‘bot, at least, to rediscover the core of his humanity?
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