This workshop will give those who want to understand more about the immersive landscape a chance to workshop their own work, learn new skills, and try some hands-on demonstrations and activities.
The two-day workshop will cover:
- An introduction to Immersive Experiences within Wales Millennium Centre
- Understanding the immersive landscape
- An overview of leading companies and projects in the field
- Hands-on experience of trying AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality) work
- Deep-dive into the process of conceptualising and making immersive work
- Workshop your own project and push your ideas forward with support
Come with a project in mind - whether it’s an early-stage idea or a work in progress. This is an active workshop to push ideas forward.
You can attend alone, or with a project partner. If attending as a pair, please email firstname.lastname@example.org after you have booked with a screenshot of your booking and the name and contact for your project partner. You only need to book one ticket if attending as a pair.
Who is this workshop for?
Anyone with an interest in developing a digital storytelling idea.
Who are Anagram?
Anagram are a multi-award winning creative studio and experts in thought-provoking interactive storytelling and immersive experience design. With a background in documentary film, animation and interactive game design, the studio specialises in exploiting the most recent advances in immersive technologies.
Winners of the Grand Jury Prize at Venice Film Festival 2021 in the VR section, the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival Storyscapes award, the 2019 Sandbox Immersive Art award, part of the Best VR in 2019 at the Venice International Film Festival.
Named in the Createch 100 ones to watch for 2020 by the Creative Industries Council and selected twice for Columbia University’s Digital Dozen Breakthroughs in Digital Storytelling (in 2015 and 2019).
Do I need to attend both days?
The workshop will take place over two days and participants must be able to attend all sessions from 10am – 5pm each day.
What do I need to bring?
Lunch won't be provided but there will be refreshments.
We are able to offer one bursary place to cover the cost of this workshop (for an individual or a project pair). If you are in interested in hearing more about this, please email email@example.com
Most people do not experience any negative reactions to Virtual Reality. However, VR may be disorientating for individuals who are neurodiverse, have hearing or sight impairments, or experience vertigo, epilepsy, dizziness, seizures, motion sickness or fainting.
If you are pregnant or have a pacemaker, please consult with your GP before taking part.