With Google Glass just two years away from bringing wearable computing to the mainstream, Sight takes the promise of augmented reality down a decidedly dystopian path. Produced by a group of Israeli students, the seven minute short film follows one man through a typical day in a future where the wearing of augmented reality lenses is commonplace. With strong thematic parallels to Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror trilogy, stunning sci-fi visuals, and a fantastic conclusion, Sight is a delightfully dark short you'd do well not to miss.
Watch this: 'Sight,' an incredible vision of an AR-obsessed future
Sight is a short sci-fi film that investigates what a future obsessed with augmented reality might look like.
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