Question What’s Real is a cross-border new media interactive team headquatered in Mumbai, aiming to reshape the face of human computer interaction in order to connect with the individual’s senses.
Our multidisciplinary backgrounds allow us to follow and utilise the evolution of technology and media, to further explore and trigger the dialogue between imagination and experience. Near eye personal computing is going to revolutionise the way people use computers.
“Make it simple, but significant.” – Don Draper
At QWR we are in deep research on how we can best deliver these state of the art technologies to everyone. Pushing the human race forward into the next epoch of evolution would need everything we have in store and more.
We wish to start an eastern technological evolution that will bring equilibrium of power when it comes to humanity evolving towards technological singularity.
“Whitespace is like air: it is necessary for design to breathe.” – Wojciech Zieliński
The design is inspired from using 1 & 0 the binary language to create the alphabet “Q” Which is primary to the brand Question What’s Real (QWR)
Why the letter “Q” - Q is for question.
Curiosity is the primary driver of evolution. Screen are the current most common distractions of attention humans face in their day-to-day. Using near eye personal computing, we are able to solve that problem by augmenting your vision with information, so you never have to get distracted ever again.
Decoding the million wonderful and inspiring stories within the quirky world of accounting.
I am an actor and a writer and I co-created Soul Pancake and my son, Walter.
Marketing can solve 90% of your problems. Solving the other 10% just requires good procrastination skills.
If I could sum up my life in one line I would die of embarrassment.
I’m actually not funny. I’m just really mean and people think I am joking.
Living one day at a time, with a fresh baked cookie. Okay. And with a coffee. And maybe some chocolate.
Do not judge me before u know me, but just to inform u, you won’t like me.
Any combination of my first and last names you can think of, I’ve probably heard.