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Project: Biosphere VR


Project

Biosphere VR

 

 

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Project: Biosphere VR


Project

Biosphere VR

 

 

 

 From the deepest oceans to the darkest forests to the highest peaks, 'BiosphereVR' is a pioneering project using a series of short, 360-degree, immersive films, also known as Virtual Reality (VR), to take viewers to places on the planet where climate change is having an impact.

Each episode is narrated by an indigenous person from that geographic territory, who will act as guide, mentor, and storyteller.  Combining global and local, fact and discovery, story and science, the viewer explores their world by immersing themselves in wondrous places that are under threat and hearing the tales of local people.

The episodic structure of the project allows for the films to be used as either stand-alone trips in support of other information or activity, or as modules forming the centrepiece of a singular overview of climate change.

An e-book is being launched free to all Danish schools featuring an eduXperience role playing game: The VR Journey where you (the student) become a climate investigator looking for clues in different countries and presenting your scientific findings to a junior climate panel. We are now testing the material in Danish schools.

The concept has been presented in China in collaboration with the Danish Embassy in Beijing, The innovation Centre of Shanghai and Tsinhua University in Beijing, Lab for lifelong Learning.

Supported by The Danish Ministry of Education and the Foreign Ministry of Denmark.

Go to the Bioshere VR website

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Human Innovation


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human innovation

 

 

Human Innovation


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human innovation

 

 

Backed by the A.P Møller Foundation & Ministry of Education, Denmark.

 

What if we started to say that discovering qualities in human beings is not a matter of fitting into a form, but a matter of using the challenge of fitting the form to the unique individual and being open to the gift this challenge bid us?

In a series of two films we will show you examples of how well this approach works within a competitive structure. A book on the subject fort education has written as well.

In our first episode we focus on a theate group in Copenhagen - "Happy Theatre" where the plays are adapted to the actors unique expressions, letting the originality be the resource, instead of the problem.

The second film deals with an initiative on a remote island of Bornholm where the owners of a Michelin restaurant started to purify humans instead of just purifying ingredients. The result has been astonishing, but not easy. This film is still in production.

 

 

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My Private Submarine (2008)


MY PRIVATE SUBMARINE (2008)

My Private Submarine (2008)


MY PRIVATE SUBMARINE (2008)

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As featured in

Wired Magazine (2018),

BBC evening News (2018),

Channel Four News (2018)

RTL News (2018)

LE Monde (2018)

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As featured in

Wired Magazine (2018),

BBC evening News (2018),

Channel Four News (2018)

RTL News (2018)

LE Monde (2018)

 From Hero to Zero

an hour long documentary on the now convicted murderer Peter Madsen while all loved him in 2008. He was a lecturer, front page idol, innovator. We see him launching his third Submarine Nautilus and sailing in triumf through Copenhagen harbour cheered by 4000 people, media and even the Danish Air Force paying him a special salute. 10 years after the premiere of the film he was convicted of the murder of Swedish Journalist Kim Wall.

Nobody had ever even liked him!

All asked us: What happened?