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THE CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND IMAGINATION JOINS UNDER TOMORROWS SKY AS A THINK TANK PARTNER

The Center for Science and Imagination is an organisation that brings together science fiction writers, scientists, engineers, technologists, and the general public to think big and explore radical ideas through collaborative projects. The Center is directed by Ed Finn and is a collaboration with Arizona State University and best-selling science-fiction author Neal Stephenson. They been working together on a plan to use science-fiction to reignite America’s ability to undertake major infrastructure projects.

LEGENDARY SPECIAL EFFECTS MODELSMAKER BILL PEARSON TO WORK ON THE UNDER TOMORROWS SKY CITYSCAPE

Bill Pearson is the legendary special effects model maker based in Shepperton Film studios in the UK. He has built and designed the models for such seminals films as Ridley Scott’s Alien, Flash Gordon, Outland and also television series Red Drawf, Science fiction film Moon and James Bond film Casino Royale. Bill will be a part of the Under Tomorrows Sky design team and will build our special effects miniature model of the future city.

KEVIN SLAVIN JOINS THE THINK TANK AS OUR TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANT

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Nikki Graziano

Kevin Slavin explores algorithms as nature. Our world is subject to algorithmic optimization, not just on Wall Street, but in our homes, our architecture, and in our cities. Math is shaping our environments, what he calls the ‘physics of culture.’  Kevin co-founded Area/Code in 2005, and was a pioneer in rethinking game design and development around new technologies and platforms.

RACHEL ARMSTRONG SIGNS ON AS THE THINK TANKS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGIST

Dr Rachel Armstrong has joined the Tomorrows Sky design think tank as our resident synthetic biologist. Rachel is a sustainability innovator who investigates a new approach to building materials called ‘living architecture,’ that suggests it is possible for our buildings to share some of the properties of living systems. She collaboratively works across the disciplines of science, design and fiction to build and develop prototypes that embody her approach. Rachel is a senior TED Fellow, and Visiting Research Assistant at the Centre for Fundamental Living Technology, Department of Physics and Chemistry, University of Southern Denmark.

NEW SCIENTIST’S ARC MAGAZINE JOINS AS MEDIA COLLABORATOR

ARC is a new digital magazine about the future from the makers of New Scientist. Arc have joined Under Tomorrows Sky as media partners and will be collaborating on a series of events and publications. You can buy Arc’s first issue ‘The Future Always Wins’ here.  The issue includes new fact and fiction from Margaret Atwood, Stephen Baxter, M John Harrison, China Miéville, Hannu Rajaniemi, Alastair Reynolds, Adam Robertsand Bruce Sterling.

FACTORY FIFTEEN JOIN THE UNDER TOMORROWS SKY STORYTELLERS TEAM

Film and Animation studio Factory Fifteen have been invited Under a Tomorrows Sky to develop a sci fi short set in our fictional city. Factory Fifteen create award winning and evocative films and animations for a range of clients including The British Film Institute, Channel 4, Samsung, European Land and Film4. Their ‘Robots of Brixton’ short recently received the Jury prize for animation direction in this year’s Sundance Film Festival.