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How Virtual Reality opens new ways of creating content

Creative Back-Enders

Challenge/problem to be solved

Discover how you can us VR to tell great stories and create immersive experiences for your audiences.

Skill Set

Creating 360° experiences and a using more interactive way of storytelling might be quite demanding. But you can already experiment on a small scale even with domestic devices like your cell phone.

Digital Tools

The (the Academy of International Extended Reality) wants to enable growth, nurture talent and develop standards – while working to bring wider public awareness & understanding to virtual and augmented reality. Their site offers valuable information when you want to learn more about the use of XR. Bernard Marr is one of the world’s most successful social media influencers at the intersection of business and technology. He has great insights on VR, AR the future of entertainment.

Tips on how to use the tool in the most efficient way

Some people thought virtual reality (VR) was not here to stay. In the meantime, VR, AR (augmented reality) and XR (Extended reality) are now more and more often used to improve production processes. Victor Agulhon is together with Chloe Rochereuil the CEO & Founder of Targo, an Emmy® nominated virtual reality media company. Their work focuses on making VR more accessible and mainstream through experiences on stories that speak to everyone. TARGO is an immersive journalism organisation. With a team of journalists they produce 360° videos, virtual reality news reports and documentaries. We had the chance to have Victor Agulhon as a guest speaker at one of our Creative Skills Webinars. You can watch his intervention on the Creative Skills Europe's website (see link below).

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Trees De Bruyne


Organisation: Kwikzilver

Job title: Curator

Country: Belgium

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