The Human Element

Finding ways to ignite the imagination of many

lance weiler
Sep 30, 2015 · 7 min read
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Bodies enter the crime scene
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A team reenacts a crime with their “body”

What participants had to say

“When the story came together I could visually see the scenes occur.”

“Seeing two teammates improv at the end. It was more important there was an entertaining performance loosely inspired by the clues than a perfectly logical solution.”

“My favorite part was watching bystanders interact with the experience and feeling as if I was a part of something unique & interesting.”

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Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things

a prototype of the Columbia University School of the Arts’…

lance weiler

Written by

Storyteller working with Code - Founding member & Director of the Columbia University Digital Storytelling Lab - curates @creativemachines

Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things

a prototype of the Columbia University School of the Arts’ Digital Storytelling Lab

lance weiler

Written by

Storyteller working with Code - Founding member & Director of the Columbia University Digital Storytelling Lab - curates @creativemachines

Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things

a prototype of the Columbia University School of the Arts’ Digital Storytelling Lab

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