Augmented Filmmaking: Embedded Narratives and Experiential Environments
Immersive media adds new opportunities and layers within content creation and filmmaking – exploring new storytelling techniques, nuances and interaction layers. The growth, expansion and overlap of immersive technology capabilities would mean that filmmaking will embed more interactive narratives across both mediums and environments. We can already see how 360 videos, Augmented Reality and volumetric filmmaking blend physical and virtual content and spaces. What this means, is that the roles of content creator, curators and the audience would change – posing amazing opportunities (and some challenges).
Hear from Galit Ariel, a thought leader in Augmented Reality and a self-proclaimed ‘digital hippie’ at the IVRPA Tokyo 2018 Conference. Galit’s book ‘Augmenting Alice - The Future of Identity, Experience and Reality’ [July 2017] explores the side-effects of implementing AR; and the manner in which it’s diffusion will redefine core concepts related to identity, privacy, experience, and ethics.
Galit Ariel Wondarlands
Galit Ariel is a transdisciplinary creative and strategic thinker, who is passionate about a future that will integrate technology into our everyday lives, but not control it. As a thought leader in Augmented Reality and a self-proclaimed ‘digital hippie’ Galit’s book ‘Augmenting Alice - The Future of Identity, Experience and Reality’ [July 2017] explores the…