From the movie Time Bandits:
“You see, to be quite frank, the fabric of the universe is far from perfect. It was a bit of botched job, you see. We only had seven days to make it.
And that’s where this comes in. This is the only map of all the holes. Well, why repair them? Why not use them to get stinking rich?”
Or, you could use them to build a foundation for the future of Virtual Worlds.
Pioneers are everywhere. And they explore many different worlds.
We often find them in the worlds of business, science, technology and the arts.
And we can learn many lessons by simply observing their innovative work.
Let’s explore artist Tristan Perich’s recent work and see what it can teach us.
Throughout history, we have tried to build impossible things.
Insanely impossible things.
Things that require innovation, complex combinations of technologies, and a lot of coordination and work.
And despite great difficulty, we’ve managed to successfully build many impossible things.
But the main reason behind our success at building the impossible may surprise you.