This workshop will introduce participants to tools used in the creation and playback of augment and virtual reality content and its performance applications. This will include looking at spherical/360 2D and 3D video recording, binaural audio, and augment reality and how this can be used to both enhance and document live performance projects. We will look at popular consumer cameras, mobile apps, and online platforms that make getting started with these technologies easy and accessible from stand alone Head Mounted Displays, to Google Cardboard and the Mobile phone in your pocket. As well, we will consider affective examples of VR content and how this theatrical medium makes us consider time in scenography. Looking at the emerging technologies just newly embedded in the latest iPhone, it's clear that these are here to stay.
Ian Garrett is Associate Professor of Ecological Design for Performance at York University; is director of the Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts, a US think tank on sustainability in arts and culture; and is the resident designer for the Indy Convergence, an arts accelerator in Indianapolis, Toronto, and Haiti. He is a member of the Performance Studies International Performance+Design Working Group and is the Curator for the US for the 2019 Prague Quadrennial. He maintains a design practice focused on the integration technology and scenography. Recently he designed Theatre Panik's durational performance, Peep, at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche; Erika Batdorf's Micro-theatre for Burnish at the Theatre Centre and Venice Biennale, and the set and energy capture systems for Zata Omm Dance Projects’ Vox:Lumen at the Harbourfront Centre. He has worked on installations such as DTAH Architects’ Ravine Portal and on the lighting team for the Crimson Collective’s Ascension, a 150’ wide, origami-style crane sculpture at the 2010 Coachella Music Festival. He is a Trustee of the Board for DanceUSA, the national service organization for dance and serves on the board of Directors for Associated Designers of Canada. His project, the multi-site specific Transmission, about meeting our celestially neighbours, will premiere in Edinburgh in 2017 combining live performance, and immersive technology "hauntings".
Photo Credit: Ian Garrett
In English without translation.
Special Notes 注意事項
There will be good interest since it deals with emerging technologies. Participants have to bring their mobile devices and to download an app and headphones.