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    Fractured Minds

    Are You Connected?

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    Uploaded Feb 8, 2016
    Messing with people’s minds comes at a price

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    Fractured Minds

    Directed by Alan Mallyon , Steve Jobes, David Moyle 2016 93 min

    FM Trailer

    Uploaded Feb 8, 2016
    Messing with people’s minds comes at a price

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    Fractured Minds

    It is the right every man woman and child on the planet to be connected

    Exploring a slightly futuristic world where interfacing with the Internet through in-eye technology using hand gestures, sound projected into the ear beyond the eardrum opens up all sorts of possibilities for playing with your head. Fractured Minds explores some of the possibilities of Eye Where Technology in the film the glasses are called viewies the interface technology is built into prescription glasses using extreme miniaturisation. Please step a little into the future. Whilst a work of fiction fledgling Milton Keynes is a character in the film. Without the help of the great and good of MK a micro-budget film on this scale would not have been possible.

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