An Interactive 360 Video Comedy Series

Nathalie Mathé will present the process behind the making of UTURN, the pilot for a 360 video comedy series, which lets the viewer experience the gender divide in a tech start-up in live first-person point of view.

This VR short film innovates in a number of areas, by placing the viewers in the middle of two intertwined simultaneous stories, where they embody a female coder or her male boss. Viewers can choose what scene to watch at any time. Only the scene being looked at can be heard through a unique spatial sound design. Whatever you miss might change your perspective on the overall story.

She will present the creative design, live-action production, POV camera rig design, post-production process, and spatial sound design. The presentation will conclude with user testing results and a brief overview of future explorations for the series.

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Nathalie Mathe is an award winning Virtual Reality creator and animation and documentary shorts director. She runs NativeVR, a VR studio crafting unique experiences, in which she created and produced UTURN, an interactive 360 comedy examining gender inequalities in the tech industry. Over the past four years she contributed to over 35 cinematic Virtual Reality…

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