We are excited about the upcoming Media Showcase 2, where the quantified self group will present postdigital project about the digital biosensing technologies as Self-power and/or Power over the Self. Take a look at our 360º video announcement here:
‘VR is a machine but through this machine we become more compassionate, more empathetic, we become more connected. And ultimately, we become more human.’
Following from my last post I continue to explore the possibilities around the VR technology. Some of them include:
- Spatial storytelling – the richest content, but still some limits of cinematography toolkit
- Shared immersive experience
- Extremities of experience
Few of the challenges:
- Moving (dizziness)
- Few of the established storytelling tools apply
- Passive vs. interactive storytelling
To become more familiar with ‘the art and tech’ of VR storytelling I explored some short 360 films online and watched couple of conferences where these were introduced to wider public. Some of the names working in this area I have been listening and learning from are Neil Smith, Matt Celia, Jordan Service and the most inspirational one, personally for me, Chris Milk.
My research on the filming now continues its course to 360 and some tips about it included in the next short online course I am undertaking: ‘VR photography and video. The basics with Ben Long’
Inspiring, Motivating, Constructive
About person, group of people or organization
Showing some kind of contribution
Something which can have impact on the society
The script – interesting way to show considering the technology
Different ways to gain attention – sound effects
What I love to do?
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