The visitor was a young doctor. He was from Iceland. He came first to America for a medical conference. He didn't speak English very well and really shied this fact. But he was very inquisitive. At the New York Film Festival he was invited by a friend on Facebook, whom he met for the first time. She was a young active girl. At some point she moved away from him to catch up with friends. And he went to look around. He held a glass of champagne in hands. At this point he discovered the body.
The user is Dealcantara a 19 year old South American IoT Specialist attracted to the event because he is into IoT. His childhood was traumatic he has seen his parents murdered in front of him. He has no cultural reference in which to place Sherlock Holmes and he is not a story teller. He is with his friends from the same culture and he does not speak English very well. He places his objects to reflect his own experience. He does not realise that Sherlock Holmes is quite old fashioned and proper. He likes Dexter and watches it on TV sometimes. The placement of his objects is interpreted by a 50 year old documentary film maker as sexist brutal and offensive. A bad argument breaks out and several young Sherlockians dressed in Orange suits come to break up the quarrel. They manage to calm everyone down but Dealcantara is confused. He goes home to his small flat drinks half a bottle of Vodka and cries himself to sleep.
Tatjana JI think that cloud info can be anything, measuring feelings - like is the person under some stress, elated, sad, nervous.. Cloud can send clues about the objects in a form of various sounds, pictures, photos. Cloud can send social media votes -- like how many likes something or someone has, or directions, or faults, mistakes, errors, paths.. I suggest that we name that thing just CLOUD and give it several roles on our sheet. So we won't mind where is our body. It has to be on the green area. They said if it rains, they'll move the body. So it doesn't matter. What matters is how someone reacts to our objects. Does it intrigues him? Is it interesting enough. User might be personalized -- I vote for Lucinda's person -- totally unique.
Cloud is all - periscope, messages, measuring, directing, redirecting ..
So besides visitor, there should be another big note -- CLOUD. And we could explain it.
Does it makes sense?
As creators of this "murder game" we should be aware of people who participate in this game, and who has some psychological problems - and who are free to come and to play this kind of game. As an ordinary participant we can not influence behaviors of various people -- that should be subject for further exploration.
Zhanna YI find the creative process difficult . I'm a programmer and so I used to structure and organize all, but creative process is chaotic. Therefor when I am working at assignments, I can feel the blocks in my mind. I don't always understand what my classmates to do. I see that the creative process is going. But since we are working all asynchronously, it is difficult to work coordinated. Anyway it is a very interesting experience.
Is the victim Sir Aldus Cuddlepomp: Adventurer, collector of rare fabrics, former aspiring violinist, notorious anti-communist crusader, failed owner of several craft beer breweries, amateur massage therapist, semi-successful owner of 3 moving companies?
like Cos she is sixty so definitely digital immigrant
Is the victim a scientist who explored a small tribe in Africa. His whole life was devoted to the research. Mostly he lived in Africa in the tribe. And only recently he returned home. He settled in the guest house of friend?
Stasi was something like SS units during WWII, but made in "freedom" -- people were spying each other, even member from the same family were spying each other. Friends too -- it was very ugly, and very possible. It was organized network of spies, like 30% of population were spies (I do not know exact number, but it was a huge number) .And it was made because Eastern Berlin was under SSSR control, with idea to keep it like that. So Berlin wall was colorful with graffitis on the West, and plain on the side of the Eastern Berlin. Our victim was a successful spy in the Eastern Berlin, modest, working as a schoolteacher, but with plans on her own -- to flee but in elegant way, with a money
"I was certainly feeling very weary, so I obeyed his injunction. I left Holmes seated in front of the smouldering fire, and long into the watches of the night I heard the low, melancholy wailings of his violin, and knew that he was still pondering over the strange problem which he had set himself to unravel."
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