Immersive Storytelling Experiences Symposium. 14th December 2018 9.30-4.30pm

Venue: Liverpool Screen School, LJMU,

“Immersive experiences require novel narrative mechanisms & new language of production… The best technology will not produce the change needed without equal excellence in content production and understanding of immersion as a narrative form” – Creative Industries Review 2017

This research symposium will explore how practice-based researchers, companies and creatives are approaching the emerging mediums of virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality for storytelling. Looking at languages of production, narrative mechanisms and approaches to engaging audiences in experiential media across the spectrum of immersive technology.

Speakers include future thinkers and creative talent from BBC R&D, Digital Catapult’s Creative XR Programme, Bristol VR Lab, York Creativity Labs, Institute of Creative Technologies, Liverpool Screen School and and practice-based academics from a number of Universities from across the UK. Companies include Marshmallow Laser Feast, Draw and Code, Limbik Theatre, Pilot Theatre, Boom Clap Play, Kinicho and Charisma.ai. We’ll also have some demos from Igloo Vision and a chance to have a go with some emerging secret tech.

It will be of interest to people developing work across a number of areas: from film and documentary, to performing arts and theatre, to arts, culture and heritage people experimenting with immersive technologies.

Research presentations, case studies and work-in-progress talks will address the following areas:

Here’s a PDF of the Current Line Up for the event (subject to changes) . This is a free event and places are limited, so please sign up to attend and we’ll send you further details as they become available.