December 11, 2012 By News Staff
Answer: UC San Diego
Last week, UC San Diego students arrived on campus to see what they thought was a drone crash -- but it was later revealed that the "drone crash" was created by artists at the university's Gallery@Calit2, a campus art gallery that explores the relationships between art and technology, according to the Huffington Post.
The "drone crash" is part of a "Drones at Home" art project by UCSD professor Ricardo Dominguez. And in a release about "Drones at Home," Gallery@Calit2 describes the project as expanding "on the unmanned nature of the drone as symbolic of a larger condition -- ecologies where the status of the human is called into question, distributed and embedded in a wider field of shared intelligence."
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