A series/ movie about the interaction between COVID-19 & our body (immune system, mind, emotions) while informing, preventing, explaining
An entertaining animation, series or movie about the interaction between COVID-19 and our body (immune system, mind, emotions) while informing about preventiv means, increasing awareness of the greater cause, what influences does the virus have on a meta-level and learning about how to deal with it in our everyday life. (inspired by the movie “Inside Out” and the Netflix song explaining a virus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la6nXuAw-Oo) A range of series could explain different phases of the virus infecting our bodys and at the same time entertain and educate people over a period of time. It can move viewers young and old to take a look at what it means to be infected, how to prevent infections, ways to deal with being in quarantine and most importantly how it affects our body as a whole considering mind and emotions - to motivate and change our behavioral pattern.
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My ideas are inspired by the movie INSIDE OUT and https://www.forbes.com/sites/jvchamary/2015/08/30/inside-out-science/
Underlying message: Slowing down the rate and number of new infections and to minimize the risk. (Source: https://www.health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/coronavirus-resource-center
In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?
Reflecting, observing, changing behavior pattern like social distancing, thinking about future effects, observing the influences of the entire ecosystem
In what ways did you share this information?
Online conversations, Video calls, IG Story
What information do you feel you are missing about COVID-19?
What are transparent goals and intentions of preventive means and how long will we deal with the causes?
What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?
People with depressions, "fresh copies", singles, people who live in a small space (one bedroom apartment/ studio), freelancer, low income people, people affected by domestic violence, introvert people, people with anger issues