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The Science Channel

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The Science Channel


Programs.
Cinema 4D, Octane Render,
Substance Painter, X- Particles,
and Photoshop.

Collaborators. 
Dillon King
Helen Jung

Programs.
Cinema 4D, Octane Render,
Substance Painter, X- Particles,
and Photoshop.

Collaborators. 
Dillon King
Helen Jung

Project Description.
Science Channel’s new tagline “Question Everything” calls into question our understanding of reality. We focused on the fast-approaching ability for technology to simulate our reality.

Drawing on simulation theory which is the theory that all of reality, including the Earth and the universe, is, in fact, an artificial simulation, most likely a computer simulation. Our narrative follows a city under attack by gigantic candy, crafts, and stuffed animals. A bratty daughter has gotten access to a father's simulated reality and is wreaking havoc on civilization as we know it.

Project Description.
Science Channel’s new tagline “Question Everything” calls into question our understanding of reality. We focused on the fast-approaching ability for technology to simulate our reality.

Drawing on simulation theory which is the theory that all of reality, including the Earth and the universe, is, in fact, an artificial simulation, most likely a computer simulation. Our narrative follows a city under attack by gigantic candy, crafts, and stuffed animals. A bratty daughter has gotten access to a father's simulated reality and is wreaking havoc on civilization as we know it.

Simulation theory lets us focus on how just one facet of science can evolve so much that we can’t tell the difference between the physical and digital realms.

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