Codex Nebolusian

--- Oct 2021. “Flyover Summit”, Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. US

In collaboration with Santosh Pitla, a farm unit integrated with precision agriculture in 2058 is craft into a speculative fiction. 

It’s a year after the global food crisis and the migration.
It’s a world where food is abundant and weather is pleasant again.

Please see the excerpt of the story below.

Santosh Pitla is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Santosh’s research is in the area of agricultural robotics, control architectures for safe and secure operation of autonomous equipment, and tractor power characterization for multiple field operations.

FLYOVER is a creative think tank developing research about rural design and environmental futures as part of THE STORY LABORATORY for Design Fiction, Futures + Worldbuilding at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln. Directed by Professor Ash Eliza Smith from the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts, with lab fellow, Stephanie Sherman from Central Saint Martins, London, UK.