urtzi grau, guillermo fernández-abascal, and daniel perlin present an immersive exhibit, ‘driver less vision’, at the seoul biennale of architecture and urbanism. the project explores the tension between artificial intelligence (AI) and humans as they negotiate seoul’s changing urban landscape with the arrival of autonomous vehicles. experience the three-dimensional nature of the installation in the video above.

driver less vision seoul
all images courtesy of urtzi grau, guillermo fernández-abascal, and daniel perlin

 

 

urtzi grau, guillermo fernández-abascal, and daniel perlin overlap machine and human vision through an immersive dome which allows visitors to experience the vision of an autonomous, self-driving vehicle. by providing visitors with the car’s point of view, the streets of seoul are revealed through overlapping and dissonant perceptions. the installation also helps to identify the areas of the city that will need to be redesigned in the immediate future.

 

 

the project was produced for the seoul biennale of architecture and urbanism in 2017, utilizing an eight meter diameter dome with 360 visuals developed with the support of univeristy of technology sydneyrice university and ocular robotics.

driver less vision seoul

driver less vision seoul

driver less vision seoul

driver less vision seoul

driver less vision seoul

driver less vision seoul

driver less vision seoul

 

 

project info:

 

concept and design: urtzi grau, guillermo fernández-abascal, daniel perlin
filming / sensing + production: university of technology sydney and rice university: urtzi grau, guillermo fernández-abascal, june deng, keegan hebert, evio isaac, jp jackson, haley koesters, yu kono, sai ma, isabella marcotulli, natalia o’neill vega, daria piekos, alina plyusnina and david seung jun lee.
visual / sound design + production: perlin studios, daniel perlin, principal and creative director; max lauter, creative producer and designer; robert crabtree, 3d design; dan taeyoung, code and 3d design; gary breslin, motion graphics and animation

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