🤳🏽 Workshop Overview 🤳🏽
All you need to know for this workshop 📌
Storyboarding different ideas on how to work with VR content, right through to going out and shooting it in the workshop, the interactive session will look at the following. With this perspective, participants will then go out and create their own premium experience as part of the workshop, taking it from strategic concepts to a fully mapped-out concept ready to take to market.
Who is it for? 🙋♀️
🎥 Content Creators
🌈 VR Enthusiasts
⛰ Digital Strategists
Your Agenda 🗓
14:00 - 14:30: Introduction & inspirations
14:30 - 15:30: Ideation process
15:30 - 15:45: Coffee Break
15:45 - 16:45: Prototype
16:45 - 17:30: Pitch and debrief
Recommended materials 📝
💻 Your computer
The format/ Consumption
How to create narrative versus gimmick
What's it going to look like on YouTube
Identifying the stories
How do people without headsets experience it
How voiceover/ multi-sensory elements can be powerful/ how to truly immerse
How do we bring awareness to the people in the places and prioritise viewer experience over brand needs
Daniel Bury, Director VR/AR Film
Daniel Bury is a writer and director specializing in emerging technology. His virtual reality work has been reviewed in Cannes Film Festival by Screen Anarchy as "impressive... both remarkable cinematography, and a subtly moving story." Daniel pioneers storytelling in innovative new mediums such as virtual reality, augmented reality and interactive content, in addition to traditional film.
He began his exploration with VR and XR in 2015 at Rapid Films in Sydney, Australia while working on branded VR experiences for Samsung, Oculus and Lexus. He is the creator and director of six VR documentaries for CHASING THE WORLD, an educational, first-of-its-kind virtual reality documentary series in Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Peru, Brazil and Morocco. He is a first place winner of the Google XR Jam for his team's volumetric VR experience Appease the Gods.
As a public speaker, he has given presentations and panels around the world, including immersive storytelling panels at Cannes Film Festival. His traditional films have won awards at countless film festivals, such as Phoenix Film Festival, Fantastic Planet Film Festival and ITVFest. He graduated from Chapman University in Southern California for directing and digital arts and was a recipient of the Talent Scholarship.
Daniel's journey around the world had a profound impact on his worldview, and his work is imbued with spiritual and metaphysical themes. Daniel's work both captivates and educates. He believes in responsible use of immersive technology with the intention to bring people together and enrich viewers with a greater appreciation and deeper understanding of the real world.
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