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  1. SCAD students and alumni from 14 programs, including film and television, animation, costume design, dramatic writing, production design, visual effects, themed entertainment design and motion media design, collaborated to produce "Say It With Music."

    In order to completely engage viewers, the team needed to develop a story so delightful the audience would forget about the VR headsets utilized to experience the musical. With creative solutions and inventive thinking, the students achieved their goal.

    When tailoring a story to VR, the process is not about changing the type of narrative, but about how the storyline unfolds.

    If cinematography is visual and theater is verbal, then VR is a hybrid experience requiring a new application. Through brainstorming sessions, multiple ideas were explored, and movement and music were determined to be the best forms of communication. An homage to the legendary American composer and lyricist Irving Berlin was then chosen as the most compelling story.
    Tags: , , , , by dnorman (2016-11-03)
  2. The most absolutely amazing VR (well, not actually VR, but still cool) interactive I've seen. For much of it, I was convinced it was captured video footage - I was looking down to find artifacts of the tripod in the video. No tripod. How did they do that? Oh, right. Computer generated video. Wow.

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