"Who Wants to be a Self-driving Car?" is a data driven trust exercise that uses augmented reality to help people empathize with self-driving vehicle systems created in collaboration with Moovel Lab and Meso. This unconventional driving machine lets people use real-time, three dimensional mapping and object recognition displayed in a virtual reality headset to navigate through space, and experience what it is to be an autonomous vehicle.

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Led R&D and deployment of VR/360 spherical video quiz platform including interaction design, writing, directing and post-production.
J. Paul Getty projection map at the entrance of the Getty Museum in Los Angeles 


FataLAtour is a mixed-reality mobile application that pulls data off of the screen and onto the street. When a participant walks into a public space where someone was shot, either in a movie or real life,  a remote blood packet is triggered.

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Follower is a film about an actual service that provides a real life follower for day.