Combining spatialisation and panoramic video
Getting back to daily work routines again after the summer vacation also implies getting back to the long bus drive back home at the end of the working days.
Where the laptop was to large and the iPhone to small to be used on the bus, the iPad really shines when it comes to enabling reading. The bus ride back home yesterday was spent reading two chapters from a draft version of the PhD thesis of fellow Jamoma developer and spatialisation brother in arms Nils Peters. One of them discuss a range of artistic and research projects using ViMIC.
One of the productions discussed, THERE IS STILL TIME..BROTHER by The Wooster Group use a 360-degree projection screen, the audience surrounded by the film’s bewildering narrative space, where the action can only be seen and heard clearly through a virtual peephole that scans the circle, controlled by a member of the audience.
The combination of spatialisation and 360° panoramic video is interesting to me, as I am currently working on a similar project together with Karen Kipphoff for the upcoming ICCI 360 Festival in Plymouth.comments powered by Disqus
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