Behind Pandemic 1.0

Kai Hsing/Noah Nelson on Tuesday, Jan. 25th

Director Lance Weiler’s storytelling project, Pandemic 1.0, is one of the most talked about experiences at Sundance 2011. The project takes the ideas of interactivity and collaboration to another level, as we learn more about the concepts behind this sprawling work.

Produced by Noah Nelson and Kai Hsing. Shot and edited by Kai Hsing.

Corey McCall with the video game controller that measures the level of excitement in the player. Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

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