Driver Less Vision

Daniel Perlin | Guillermo Fernández-Abascal | Max Lauter | Urtzi Grau

Concept and design: Urtzi Grau, Guillermo Fernández-Abascal, Daniel Perlin
Visual / Sound Design + Production: Perlin Studios (Daniel Perlin, Max Lauter)
Commissioned by the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, 2017

Driver Less Vision examines the tension and reality of AI and humans merging and diverging as they negotiate Seoul’s unique urban landscape – challenging us to consider how we can design cities for the future of autonomous vehicles.

Driver Less Vision aims to generate empathy between humans and non-humans, to construct the trust required for negotiations that will settle how we will live together. By overlapping human and machine perceptions, the installation helps to identify the areas of the city that will need to be redesigned in the immediate future.

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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.