Each student draws, paints, or digitally constructs a picture of Chiba/Ninsei as described in the novel.
The female members of the class create and bring to class their own "razor girl" outfits, which are judged by their male classmates solely on the merits of futuristic style, and utility for female bodyguards. Skimpy, impractical outfits will therefore score poorly.
The Consensual Hallucination
Each student uses their imagination to create a visual representation of data, using computerized art or more traditional techniques. The ideas behind the images do not need to be scientific or mathematical.
Long before the movie series, Gibson created the term "matrix" to describe a computer-based, visual environment. Each student chooses a computer application that they feel represents an immersive, digital world similar to the matrix. If possible, students can bring their computer program or game into class for a...
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