Nothing to Hide?Little Radio Chips on the Go (RFID)
A servus.at production, released in 2008.
The animation shows that the use of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) makes it possible to invisibly, automatically and wirelessly identify objects and living beings.
Companies and politicians are feverishly coming up with new application possibilities for RFID chips nearly every day. The animation seeks to convey complex connections that are often intransparent to consumers in a simple way and to critically question what is behind the growing boom of RFID chips and how they will change our surroundings.
Concept & Text: Thomas Diesenreiter, Uschi Reiter, Peter Wagenhuber
Storyboard & Graphics: Christian Korherr, luftspur.com
Storyboard & Animation: Leonard Wegscheider
Voices: Simone Boria, Ingo Leindecker
Music: Stefan Messner
Recording: Michael Schweiger
Mastering: Coma Zero at bleeding ears studios
RFID, Servus.at, big brother, surveillance, motion, human tracing, radio frequency identification, Dystopia, E-Pass, Samsung, Fujitsu, Siemens, Hitachi, Infinion, Daimler, SAP, Intel, IBM, T-Systems, NEC, Gillete, Prada, Mode, Benetton, Tchibo, Nokia, Metro AG, WalMart, Target, Albertsons
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