Stefan Sagmeister came to RIT to give a talk. Before coming he issued a university wide challenge, in its essence challenging students to use design to touch someone's heart. This is my entry, which i worked on with Kevin Whitfield (virtualmatter.org/) and Ralph Mastromonaco (vimeo.com/sethdonut). More thanks go to Meghan Dwyer for a haunting acting performance. The installation piece simulated a person being trapped in a well. A person looking up was projected on the floor of an unmarked room. A trail of dirt led into the room to entice persons to enter. There they could interact with the actor both visually and audibly. The goal was to evoke empathy even though the users we're aware of the setup and the actual inability to help the person in the well.