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‘I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe…’ Roy Batty, Blade Runner 1982 Many of us understand that with George Lucas’ Star Wars, SF became Hollywood’s new thing, and was something that roused commonly accepted tropes of the stagnant genre of the time. SF could be dirty. SF could be fantastical. SF didn’t have to conform. […]

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CASE FILE – 1.0utside We all know by now that David Bowie has died. One could say he had predicted his own future cult status with his final work Blackstar, or perhaps he crafted that future, knowing the inevitable outcome of all life. I would argue that Bowie has been peering into and influencing the […]

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Some days ago, the article Is Solarpunk the new Cyberpunk?, written by RoAnna Sylva, popped on my Facebook timeline. Now renamed as Solarpunk: We are golden, and our future is bright, the piece is supposed to be an introduction to the term and the concept of Solarpunk as a genre to overcome the grim ideas […]

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In the proof-of-concept video Speedhack, you have the chance to check the work of Dylan J. Nathan, a British architecter who has been in a long journey through electronic music, CGI and VFX. In order to present his project of a science fiction trilogy named EXTROPY, Nathan designed a short clip that stresses his skills and […]

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Keanu Reeves as Neo, in The Matrix
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In the previous article written by Karl, he gave us a great notion of how we can think about reality and existence according to a cyberpunk point of view. However, what do some theorists say about these subjects? If we consider that cyberpunk came about in the 80’s as a means to (among many other […]

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This article attempts to discover whether virtual reality is merely an experience one can have through a pair of goggles, or if it is somehow already present in our lives today. What do we know about existence? Existence can be narrowly defined as something that “is” as opposed to something that “is not”. Today many live […]

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