Chroma

Chroma

by Erik Loyer

Art Direction by Anita Lozinska, Additional Programming by Eric Campdoras

Chroma is an award-winning interactive serial about race and identity in digital space in which users interact with real-time graphics representing the thoughts and feelings of the characters as they speak their minds. While the interactive version of this unfinished series is no longer available, you can watch it here in video form.

Screenshot from Main Menu

Main Menu

The main menu of the series.

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Screenshot from An Introduction to Marrow

Part 0: An Introduction to Marrow

Dr. Ian Anders explains what marrow is and why learning more about it is critical to our future.

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Screenshot from “Was this what you wanted?”

Part 1: “Was this what you wanted?”

A mediation from Duck on cultural finish lines, and how we know when we have crossed them.

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Screenshot from “Even a cellular phone”

Part 2: “Even a cellular phone”

Orion17 recounts the story of how the world fell into miscommunication.

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Screenshot from “Many things go wrong”

Part 3: “Many things go wrong”

Dr. Anders explains why digital miscommunication is so pervasive, and what can be done about it.

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Screenshot from “Dr. Anders’ crusade is a bit much”

Part 4: “Dr. Anders’ crusade is a bit much”

Perry is skeptical of Dr. Anders’ plans to heal miscommunication in marrow.

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Screenshot from “I think my idea will work”

Part 5: “I think my idea will work”

Orion17 outlines his plans to create virtual bodies for use in digital space.

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Screenshot from “So, inventing these new bodies”

Part 6: “So, inventing these new bodies”

Ducks weighs in on why creating virtual bodies is not something to take lightly.

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