Filmmaker; Berkeley City College
OverviewWith growing interest across domains and industries in Virtual Reality (VR), this seminar style and hands-on tutorial gives participants essential skills for producing and incorporating virtual reality 360 video into ethnographic research. Participants will:
Develop a critical understanding of VR by understanding it within a longer history of visuality and media studies.
Learn about different workflows covering capture (cameras, rigs), editing (software) and distribution (viewing platforms) as well as technical elements behind successful VR (frame rates, camera movement, avoiding motion sickness).
Review examples of VR based research methodologies such as diary studies, walk-throughs, contextual interviews, etc.
Work hands-on with a VR camera to complete a short project based on a theme or set of research questions.
This video includes only the presentation portion of the tutorial.
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