The traditional Rough Cut breaks new ground with this new session dedicated to VR. Go behind the scenes of Manic with a small-group discussion of ethics, interactivity and the work process behind a VR project that attempts to represent a neuro-atypical world in a sensory medium. During the activity, the project’s crew (EyeSteelFilm, Dpt. and Kalina Bertin) will present an unfinished version of their VR documentary project to a panel of experts in interactive narrative, user experience (UX), stereo sound and documentary production. They’ll embark on an in-depth exploration of the project’s many facets and technical challenges, and provide constructive criticism on the user’s psychological and physiological engagement with the experience.
Bob Moore | EyeSteelFilm
Kalina Bertin | Réalisatrice
Sandra Rodriguez | EyeSteelFilm
Nicolas S. Roy | Dpt.
Fred Casia | EyeSteelFilm
Voyelle Acker | Virgule
Clint Beharry | WITHIN
Paul Bouchard | Wide VR
Arnaud Colinart | Atlas5
Nyla Innuksuk | NKSK
Salar Shahna | WORLD VR Forum
Fred Volhuer | Atlas5
Kim-Leigh Pontin | Kimeleon
Manic in also be presented at the RIDM, November 10th 8:30 p.m at the Cinéma du Parc and November 15th 8:30 p.m at the Cinémathèque Québécoise.
Session in english
You must have a valid DCM accreditation or HUB PRO or a day ticket.
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