Arthur C Clarke Center For Human Imagination Interview

The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.

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The Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination seeks to understand, enhance and enact the gift of human imagination by bringing together the inventive power of science and technology and the humanities.

Joining us to discuss will be--

Author Patrick Coleman, whose first novel, The Churchgoer, is being adapted for television and will star Matthew McConaughey.

Jon Paden, an Artist Researcher whose aim is to develop an architectural substructure for expanding how electronic self and biological self have become reciprocal systems, especially through Augmented and Virtual reality.

And finally, Robert Twomey, who is an artist and engineer exploring the poetic intersection of human and machine perception.

Guys, this one’s a blockbuster. Don’t miss it!


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