Virtual Activity: Cardboard Crash

screens: 
Sunday, April 8, 2018 - 10:30
Sunday, April 8, 2018 - 18:30
Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 15:00
location: 
>> The Roundhouse (April 8, 10:30 AM)
181 Roundhouse Mews
>> VIFF Vancity Theatre (April 8, 6:30 PM & April 12, 3 PM)
1181 Seymour St.
Director: 
Vincent McCurley
length: 
6min
year: 
2016
country: 
Canada

Every time we get behind the wheel, we make decisions with life and death implications. Brake or swerve? Quick! Decide! Cardboard Crash is an interactive VR experience that explores whether we’re ready to hand over such ethically fraught decisions to artificial intelligence (AI). In this self-driving vehicle, the passenger is expected to make a split second decision when confronted with an imminent collision. There is plenty of data, but no easy answer.

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This virtual activity is offered as part of SUNDAY FUN DAY! ($5), OPENING NIGHT GALA and the YOUTH MEDIA CONFERENCE, EXPO & SHOWCASE for secondary schools (pre-registration is required).

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Director's Bio: 
Vincent McCurley is a Developer / Creative Technologist at the National Film Board of Canada’s Digital Studio with over 15 years experience designing and developing multi-platform interactive projects. At the NFB, Vincent often switches between technical director, information architect, UX designer, and programmer to help filmmakers and artists use technology to tell stories in creative and innovative ways. Vincent also enjoys sharing his knowledge of interactive media as an instructor at UBC, BCIT and FDU.