About Us

About Us

WE'RE AN AD HOC TEAM OF JOURNALISTS, ARTISTS, SCHOLARS, SCIENTISTS, AND DEVELOPERS EXPLORING NEW FORMS OF IMMERSIVE STORYTELLING AND FORENSIC JOURNALISM.

WELCOME TO OUR PANOPTICON

WHAT WE'RE THINKING.

Potential and perils: Privacy, ethics, empathy and wonder in #AR#VR Storytelling and Forensic Journalism

WHAT WE'RE DOING.

Everyday is an experiment. 3-D cameras, heads-up display, neuro headsets, sensors...new tools, practice and forms

WHAT WE'RE READING.

We're all over the map. Odd finds, who to follow, inspiration and WTH

WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

PIONEERS. COLLABORATORS. MAKING IT UP AS WE GO.

Joel Beeson

Mentor/Agitator

Shaleah Ingram

Fearless Discoverer

Courtney Tranter

Virtual Wanderer

Roger Jefferys

Firearms and Forensics Nerd

Andy Radcliff

Cardboard Fanatic

PATRICK BUZZINI

Forensic Scientist

Andrew Spellman

Awkward Adventurer

Adam Epler

Forensic Examiner

Amanda Balasko

Forensic DNA Analyst

Megan Barnes

Social Media Maven

Kelsey Staggers

Experimenter/Coordinator

Hannah Kearse

Reluctant Innovator

Liying Le

Curious Skeptic

Madonna Nobel

LVL 9k / Social Justice Warrior

Renuka Devi Watalingam

CSI and Trace Evidence

JASMINE CALDERON

HACKER CYNIC

Stephanie Schottke

Forensic Glass Ceiling Cracker

Cynthia White

Forensic Scholar

Eric Law

Future Forensic Scientist

What We're Reading

What We're Reading

  1. In Search of 3-D

    Humans have been seeking immersive experiences for more than a century. The first stereoscope predated the invention of photography and used offset 2-D drawings to create an illusion of depth. Subsequent photographic stereographic cards inspired an early media industry for immersive, perspective-altering experiences.

Work

Work

WE'RE DOCUMENTING AS WE GO. TAKE A LOOK BEHIND THE SCENES AND AT OUR MESS (WE MEAN WORK) IN PROGRESS.

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OBSESSIONS

OBSESSIONS

WHAT WE'RE RESEARCHING, THINKING, DOING AND MAKING.