Aurora: Fire in the Sky

Synopsis: The aurora - It's always struck people in the polar regions with awe. This is a visual journey around the globe. A journey departing from ancient myths and legends about the aurora, to ...
Genre: Documentary
60 min

We're already able to

generate simple data,

like colors, some sounds or

basic shapes...

But if we want to encode

more complex sensory information,

it's necessary to establish a

systematic language.

For this, we need to study the

transfer of the neural information

from a source to a receiver...

But why, exactly, does your source

have to be a comatose subject?

An aware human mind produces

too much information.

We don't have the technical capacity

to treat such an amount of data...

The brain of a person

in state of comatose

produces much less information.

Do you have a subject already?

Yes, we found the perfect one

who fulfills all the requirements.

Did you evaluate the possibility

of the side effects?

As for the side effects...

We'll scan the neural data

from the source

and transmit it to the receiver.

The receiver is a very well

prepared member from our team.

Moreover, the system doesn't allow

any interactivity between them.

You didn't answer to the question.

Can you guarantee there's no

risk for both sides?

There's no risk for

the comatose subject.

Are there more questions?

I have to finish this for tomorrow.

Don't work too long.


Jonas, please take a seat.

I'll be careful.

What do you think?

It'll take some getting used to.

Start talking straight

after the connection.

Better not open your eyes

and don't move.

Tell us whatever you remember.

Our knowledge about the psyche

of a comatose person is very limited.

His stableness could be fragile.

You have to be extremely careful.

Your objective is to observe.

You must avoid any

possible contact with...

the whatever you'll find there.

You're getting a little

ahead of yourself.

We're not at that stage yet.

It would be great to transmit

any kind of sensory information.

But if something goes wrong,

we'll stop everything.

We're ready.

Constant visual and sonic noise.

The stimulation became

unbearable towards the end.

You have to rest now.

Jonas will accompany you.

Together you'll write up a

detailed report.

Afterwards, if you feel well,

then you can work with Alex.

Calm down. What happened?

I dreamed I lost you.

It's all... shh, calm down.

Lukas, you mean an object or a person?

No, I couldn't tell.

I can't say if it was a picture,

or just a sensation of a presence.

It was all very abstract...

Maybe the details

will come back to me later.

Lunch is almost ready.

New perfume?

No. Why?

You smell nice.


You think it'll pull through?

It's quite small.

So, you won't tell me?

We're moving forward.

Moving forward? That's all?

All day long I do nothing but fill

reports and answer questions.

Can I at least skip it here?

OK. Whatever.

Set the table.

There was a girl.

What girl?

During the transfer,

I found myself on a shore and...

she kissed me.

I answered with the same.

I couldn't resist.

Screw off!

Aren't you going to put

tablecloth on there?

Where is it?

After living here for 4 years you

should know where things are.

I would, if you didn't move things

around all the time.

What am I moving around?

You're so easy to provoke.

Yes, of course.

Thanks for ruining my mood.

Stop it.

Could you give me a hand?

The human brain is

a fantastic machine.

It's able to adapt and constantly

change its organization.

We might be watching the real

time creation of new memories...

I don't remember anything else.

How would you measure the evolution?

Are we moving forward or

are still on the same level?

I need more time

for adaptation.

The vision and sound are getting


But I can't separate the senses yet -

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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