Day 2: story

I have been inspired by various films. Including Matrix and Inception. The focus was on the theory of knowledge. Does it make sense to flee from destiny? Probably not. Would it be possible? Would it be better? If machines do, yes. But if it does God or someone else? Probably not.

In my story, the protagonist tries to escape form the determination. He renounces his needs. Whether in the world of computers or in the real world. He becomes lonely. And dies unhappy. Perhaps the determination is unavoidable. Perhaps we need it, and perhaps the decision is an illusion.

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One day computers will make your decision
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He like cars – but why?

Day 1: camouflage

This semester in the subject visualization is all about the subject of camouflage.

Apart from all the usual topics like camouflaged clothes, masks, data protection and privacy I try to answer a philosophical question  We protect ourselves and try to camouflage ourselves so that no one gets in the way of our daily decisions. But do we really decide ourselves or is there really a provision?

The world is becoming more and more automated by machines, determined by algorithms. Are our human actions also determined by the cause-effect principle? Do we determine what we do?

In my idea, a short film shows how computers and the determination systematically control our everyday life. Do you have to camouflage yourself and escape from the system? What are the differences between reality and virtuality?

A philosophical question without a answer – maybe is the decision a illusion.

 

Concept art:

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