Sometimes you lose what is real. But.
Dan and Krish have invented a gadget that they know will change the way augmented reality is perceived. When the gadget is still in the trial phase, an accident kills Krishs sister, Maya. Little does he know that Dan and Maya were deeply in love.
For both, the pain of losing her is intense, but Dan will not accept losing Maya and challenges the powers that be that took her away. He sets about creating something unique that he knows will fulfill Mayas dream of becoming a dancer and also satisfy his need to be with her.
Question is, is it the right thing to do?
Maya treads that fine line between reality and virtual reality and explores human relationships through its lens.
About the Author
Clyde DeSouza is a creative technology evangelist. Raised in different parts of the world, he is at ease in multicultural environments and loves interacting with people from diverse backgrounds, believing that holding on to tradition is overrated and a border-less, technology-driven world is the future.
His first book, think in 3D, has been seen on a growing number of film sets and is used as prep-reading by directors and cinematographers.
Maya is his debut into science fiction. The story looks at the impact augmented intelligence will have on human personal relationships and our post-human future.