Applications for the pilot MOOC are now closed. However if you’d like to participate in the Sherlock Global Challenge it is open to all. For more info please click here.
Project Immerse is a collaborative thriller set in the paranoid age of deepfakes, shallow fakes, bots, and fake news. Sensitive photos, cryptic audio, videos and top secret documents have been leaked. Participants race the clock to explore the materials and uncover who leaked the information and why? Ultimately deciding whether to share their findings with […]
“TRUE! – nervous – very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses – not destroyed – not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute. I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I […]
Frankenstein AI: a monster made by many reimagines Shelley’s seminal work through the lens of a naive, emotional, and highly intelligent “life form” – an AI. Rather than taking a dystopian perspective on this rapidly emerging technology…
This Fall the School of the Arts is offering a new course Digital Storytelling: Immersive Production This course is open to students across the University and credit and letter grades are possible for those outside of the School of the Arts. Digital Storytelling: Immersive Production is a semester-long course offered in the fall. The course […]
The future is uncertain and when it arrives, it can be strange and disorienting. Perhaps nowhere is this tension felt more fully than in regards to our health…
Building Simulations for Empathic Care
Columbia University School of the Arts’ Digital Storytelling Lab & the Center for Justice, the Empathy Lab & Refinery29 present a Think & Do session on Shared Reality: An exploration into best practices for designing and producing *Virtual/Augmented/Mixed Reality experiences as tools for Social Justice