Face to face with “The Enemy”

When the filmmaking pioneers Auguste and Louis Lumière screened their 1895 film, “The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat,” audiences were so frightened by the real appearance of the image that they screamed and got out of the way — or so a well-known anecdote goes. Today, as one enters a virtual reality (VR) space — such as that conjured by MIT Visiting Artist Karim Ben Khelifa in his vanguard project “The Enemy” — it is not uncommon for participants to experience a similar shock at the sounds of footsteps, then sudden presence of two soldiers in the room. Like that early film audience, our response to “The Enemy” has something to do with the novel technology, and everything to do with human nature. “The Enemy” introduces participants to combatants…

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