Aesthetic Impact, 3D Emotional Crash Dummy

Abaqus BioRID II

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A virtual dummy used for car crash testing produced by the Global Human Body Model Consortium. Simulation of the substitute. The physical model allows for performing the same actions as it assumed that during an accident free will is totally switched off. In such a situation the presence of the body’s brain as well as its capability of transmitting orders to the other muscles is considered to be unimportant. It would be an exaggeration to formulate a conclusion that we do not need our brain in the situation which puts emotion foremost, weakening our abilities to make a decision by kinetic or emotional force.
When are we going to see a dummy which simulates aesthetic experiences?

Let us imagine the dummy wandering in a great museum. Its behaviour and gesticulation are dependent on a picture or any other piece of art which the dummy is going to assess. Two signs would betray this feeling: facial expression and posture. The dummy would be either distorted by the painful intensity of emotions or literally thrown onto the canvass hanging on the opposite wall, leaving the imprint of its body on it, violently transported by a characteristic which is technically called “collision indication”. The emotional pressure which touches an indifferent inside of a potential viewer would be thus confronted with the physical imprint of his body on the canvas which unluckily for itself would border with an excessively powerful piece of art and in a way accept passive confrontation – even if for a piece of art distorted in this way excessive expression of the viewer’s body is a lesser evil than indifference of his thoughts, even if by the absence of pressure the latter leaves room at least for doubt.

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