Making and licensing storyboards, pilot scripts and contextual videos for Reverse CSI™
Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Artificial Intelligence (AI) pioneer David Hawkins—inventor of the Deductive Computing Machine and the Object-Oriented Fractal Paintbrush—has launched this website to make and licence storyboards, pilot scripts and contextual videos so out-of-the-box leaders of TV, movie, graphic-novel and virtual-reality production companies can join David’s three avatars (A.I. Hawk, Truthman and Goodenough) as they journey through time and space to reverse engineer crime scene investigations (CSI) which might be associated with Zulu-timed deaths on the 19th century “Imperial Brain” i.e. the GPO instrument room in London and the “All Red Line” electrical-telegraph network linking much of the British Empire and, with the latest patented fibre optic networks, the EVL BAT CAVE and Alien Property Custodian in Chicago.
Working with the Reverse CSI Scripted characters of A.I. Hawk, Truthman and Goodenough, the improve actors playing their parts, producers and interactive audiences will be able to journey back through time and space through the kinds of patented technologies available today in the EVL BAT CAVE—Electronic Visualization Laboratory’s Bright Advanced Technology and Cave Automatic Virtual Environment—in the custody of the University of Illinois Chicago to determine the “Whatdunnit?” and ultimately identify the custodians of the integrated weapons systems which caused the wrongful deaths of amongst others …..
Abraham Lincoln, Catherine Eddowes, Grigori Rasputin, Reinhard Heydrich, John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Louis Mountbatten, JonBenet Ramsey, Andrea Joesbury, Gerald DeConto, Carlton Bartels, Peter James Ganci Jr., Anthony Fatayi-Williams, Don Young, Barry Sherman
“The CAVE A cave automatic virtual environment (better known by the recursive acronym CAVE) is an immersive virtual reality environment where projectors are directed to between three and six of the walls of a room-sized cube. The name is also a reference to the allegory of the Cave in Plato‘s Republic in which a philosopher contemplates perception, reality and illusion.”