How can complex symbiotic relationships be embodied?
Machine Learning, Augmented Reality
Béatrice Lartigue - Lab212
Since the beginning of time, human cultures have honoured an interconnected web of life. Trees have developed complex symbiotic relationships for species survival.
Underneath the forest floor, intertwined with the roots of the trees, is a fascinating microscopic network of fungus or Wood Wide Web.
Wood Wide Web is a complex, organized living organism, the result of successive variations over the course of its evolution. It is made up of several living cells, forming a multicellular organism.
Wood Wide Web is composed of a greater or lesser number of cells. It develops from a single cell through successive cell divisions. Cell multiplication maintains the organism and its development.