Wednesday, 28 November 2018, 6 – 8pm
Virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) are among the hottest technological trends these days, as they can open tremendous new opportunities and may even be disruptive in many areas of business and society. In many aspects, the technology is mature enough for broad mass adoption, but its creative use for music and storytelling is still being explored and developed by artists.
This event will briefly outline technology for 6DoF VR/AR content creation, recently developed in V-SENSE of Trinity College Dublin, as well as related creative experiments in the use of audio in immersive AR/VR experiences.
Join SIGNAL host Martin Clancy with Aljosa Smolic (Trinity Computer Science) and a panel including Evangelia Rigaki, Enda Bates, Lubna Gem Arielle, Nicholas Johnson and Néill O’Dwyer to review the future of immersive music in AR and VR.
SIGNAL is a new dedicated series of discussions and interactive demonstrations focused on cutting-edge technology, creativity and music, featuring artists, educators and creative thinkers. The series is run as a collaboration between Science Gallery Dublin and Martin Clancy, a music researcher at the Trinity College Dublin Long Room Hub. Martin is a Certified Ableton Live trainer with over 30 years’ professional experience as both a music producer and an industry professional.
Campus Location: Science Gallery
Research Theme: Creative Arts Practice
Event Type: Alumni, Arts and Culture, Conferences, Lectures and Seminars, Public, Science Gallery
Type of Event: One-time event
Audience: Undergrad, Postgrad, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Public
Cost: Free but Registration Required
More info: dublin.sciencegallery.com…