VR and Diversity

Panel Debate: Where are we going? Where we want to be? Our Fears? Our dreams?

What's the next big thing in VR?

  • How do you see the VR Industry in next two years?

  • The future of VR: Is 360 video dead or is it the new rising of a new era of image quality?

  • Are one-shot cameras helping to monetize this industry or are they obstacles?

  • Are distributors of VR films and the cinema industry take VR seriously? Is the public even aware of what we do?

Panel Moderated by:

Michael Kolchesky

Michael Kolchesky Visual Solutions 360


http://www.visual-solutions-360.com

Michael Kolchesky is CEO of Visual Solutions 360°. From 2012 she has been based in Paris, France and has collaborated on large-scale projects around the globe as a VR technical consultant, 360 VR camera operator, and a VR post-production expert. She has contributed to over 30 cinematic VR projects and worked as a 360 panoramic…

Panelists:


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Thomas Pape



I'm a sound designer and a VR director who works mostly with 360 video and cinematic content. I specialize in using 3D audio for narrative VR and 360 film, and are doing research into long format 360 films.


Alex Rühl

Alex Rühl


https://www.catsarenotpeas.com

As well as directing and producing VR projects, Alex is invited to speak globally on the topic of next-generation storytelling and the potential of VR as a cinematic art form. She is an advisor to companies and brands about the creative processes behind VR and also the behaviors of the audiences that experience it. She…


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Alexandre Jenny



VR/AR absolute beginner Kolor Founder ex-GoPro Head of VR Casual multi-entrepreneur


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Jeffrey Martin



Jeffrey Martin has been a part of the panoramic imaging community for ten years. He founded 360cities.net in 2006 which has grown to a community of 10,000 members with more than a quarter million 360º photos from 195 countries. Jeffrey is a creator of gigapixel imagery as well as the founder of Sphericam, a 360º…


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