When glasses become available that allow you to see your past memories, a user sees a stranger's instead of his own.
The idea of experiencing a stranger’s memory really followed me and kept persisting in my mind. Imagining a time in the near future where we have a technology so personal and invasive, it strips away a layer of privacy. It’s not that far off from the direction we are headed and carries with it a natural curiosity. It takes advantage of our ever changing perception of past events and gives you complete access without bias. I felt compelled to find focus on Silas as he is strung along by the outcome of a malfunction in the promised vision so heavily occupying the social conversation of the time.