Scramble Suit


Working with Arturo Castro on some ideas surrounding face substitution. The scramble suit is a fictional technology from Philip K. Dick’s 1977 novel, “A Scanner Darkly”. It’s effectively a cloak that hides the identify of the wearer by making it impossible to describe or remember them.

  • Josh (15) May 6, 2012

    “In any case, the wearer of a scramble suit was Everyman and in every combination (up to combinations of a million and a half sub-bits) during the course of each hour. Hence, any description of him – or her – was meaningless.”

    -From A Scanner Darkly, by Philip K. Dick.

  • Iris (4,800) May 6, 2012

    woah…. weird.

  • patience (147) May 9, 2012

    very well done buddy, similar to the movie