The speculative design movie goals to discover the doable life in 2040 – a world pushed by knowledge and knowledge driving the world. Hovering flows of information and data is available to everybody and now generate extra financial worth than the worldwide items commerce. The planet is over populated and expertise performs an excellent position in all points of on a regular basis life. The movie visions the world the place the acceleration of expertise has blurred the clear distinction between people and machines. People spend most of their time immersed in virtual realities and expertise mediates human relations. Most of them can not survive with out the machines. Even though the world is extra related than ever, people have misplaced the social and interactive abilities and are extra alone than ever. They’re bored with the limitless knowledge round them. In consequence, there was launched an area for digital disconnectivity – Museum of Silence. It’s a public area the place folks can safely disconnect from the machines and may experience the forgotten ‘analogue’ emotions and reminiscences. The museum is split into many rigorously remoted areas of stillness – skilled via totally different supplies and lightweight. Guests are warned that they may experience flashbacks of analogue reminiscences (if they’ve any left). It’s also an area the place people can encounter one another in methods they’re not conversant in. It’s the area the place the silence is made audible and visual, and time stands nonetheless.

Movie idea and modifying by Elizabete Rancane.
I don’t personal the rights to the music and pictures.

Video Footage sources:

Shenzhen- The Silicon Valley of (Full Documentary)

Misplaced in Translation | Her

Digital and ephemeral – Misplaced reminiscences

Life in 2050

The Grid Half One (Koyaanisqatsi)

What’s Connectography?


The way forward for augmented reality

Bruce Brubaker performs Philip Glass “Opening”

Redefining Mobility – The Web of Issues Meets Automobiles: Goldman Sachs’ Stefan Burgstaller

Eric Prydz HOLO intro Hologram

Information visualization with R: international Shiny apps visitors

A glimpse of the long run via an augmented reality headset

The Simulation Speculation

Le Freeport Singapore


Museum Of Trendy Artwork Gentle Room Doug Wheeler David Zwirner Gallery

Doug Wheeler – SA MI 75 DZ NY 12 @ David Zwirner Gallery Feb 2012

Doug Wheeler ‘Untitled’ 1969/2013

Mono-ha FW15 by Michelle Cho

My Surreal Swim With Thousands and thousands of Jellyfish

Edward Burtynsky: The story of water

Black Static: Digital Noise

Up to date Artwork Every day – Roman Ondak

Venice: Roman Ondak at the Czech Pavilion

White rooms


Philip Glass – Koyaanisqatsi
Hans Zimmer – Time
Kuraudo Sutorifu – Black Static: Digital Noise

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