The Camera is Now an Actor: How and Why VR is Different from Film
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 | 11:00am-12:00pm
TIFF Bell Lightbox, TIFF Gallery
The last few years we have seen an amazing and rapid advancement in techniques and tools for VR/360 works, however, there is still a pressing need for new editing and filming approaches. When you step into the world of VR-making, like it or not you need to consider a new actor: your camera (or more specifically your audience).
In this panel of industry VR makers, designers, developers and reviewers you will get an in depth look at both the difficulties and boundary-breaking potential of VR media. These VR makers will share their knowledge and tribulations to guide the next generation of VR creators towards a better way of incorporating the unpredictability that is the viewer. The panel will be followed by round-table discussions.
Hosted by: Meagan Byrne, Digital + Interactive Coordinator, imagineNATIVE