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Supervised: Cranial Implants For All

by Kenny Hoeschen

In this short film from Rick Glenn and Niles Heckman, RFID technology has become ubiquitous, with all humans having cranial implants. When things go bad at RFID programming laboratory, the engineers are horrified to learn the full capabilities of the implants in their own heads. This film has won awards from many 2013 film festivals and we can see why. The production is terrific and the special effects and design of the computer interfaces work great.

Here’s how the film is described: “In the not too distant future, operators working in an RFID programming laboratory have a horrific day at their facility, desperately fighting to delay their own cranial chips from detonating. Clinging to the knowledge that someone must be sending help…”

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