For the short film Memory 2.0, both viewpoints are in a collision course as it explores one man’s hopes of retrieving a lost memory via the use of advanced virtual reality.
Memory 2.0 Synopsis
A tale of love lost in the distant future where people relive their fondest memories with virtual reality. Everything spins out of control for our Hero as the lines between reality and the virtual memories begin to blur.
Directed by: Dugan O’Neal
Written by: Wilson Bethel and Dugan O’Neal
Produced by: Eric Watson, Benjamin Gilovitz, and Jonathan Wang
The implications to such an achievement is nearly unfathomable. For Memory 2.0, it’s nothing more than one man’s pursuit in remembering his lost love, but in what other ways could this revolutionary idea be harnessed? Think about that today – not just the negative, but the positive as well.