Workshop on VR and its Influence on story telling

04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

CEPT Auditorium, KL Campus, University Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.

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2016-12-16 16:30:00 2016-12-16 18:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Workshop on VR and its Influence on story telling

“Why shouldn’t people be able to teleport wherever they want to?”
~Palmer Luckey, Founder of Oculus VR

Visual mediums have taken over most of the narrative forms of communication. Even the ardent of readers have started showing the fascination for audio-visual mediums. The ever growing popularity of it has pushed the storytellers to take up the newest tech kid on the block – Virtual Reality and 360-degree Videos.

So What really is VR?
How does it work?
How does this change the nuances of storytelling?

To find answers to all these questions and to get a hands-on experience with the gadgetry of VR participate in this workshop.

The workshop will be conducted by National Award winning Documentary filmmakers of Videowala team who are among the pioneers of VR technology in the state. Their VR production startup Travrse has bagged some of the prestigious VR development projects in Gujarat and around.
Vivek Chaudhary and Ayush Patel from Team Videowala shall conduct the workshop.

A never before learning opportunity for film production buffs of the city. So if you are an aspiring filmmaker and DOP in making, a content producer, a media or advertising professional, a student, a professor, a creative soul or just a plain rookie…this one workshop will definitely add value to your creative endeavors.

The workshop is organized as part of the GLF – Gujarat Literature Festival that is happening from 14-18 of December 2016.

Workshop curated and produced by Creative Yatra

CEPT Auditorium, KL Campus, University Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

“Why shouldn’t people be able to teleport wherever they want to?”
~Palmer Luckey, Founder of Oculus VR

Visual mediums have taken over most of the narrative forms of communication. Even the ardent of readers have started showing the fascination for audio-visual mediums. The ever growing popularity of it has pushed the storytellers to take up the newest tech kid on the block – Virtual Reality and 360-degree Videos.

So What really is VR?
How does it work?
How does this change the nuances of storytelling?

To find answers to all these questions and to get a hands-on experience with the gadgetry of VR participate in this workshop.

The workshop will be conducted by National Award winning Documentary filmmakers of Videowala team who are among the pioneers of VR technology in the state. Their VR production startup Travrse has bagged some of the prestigious VR development projects in Gujarat and around.
Vivek Chaudhary and Ayush Patel from Team Videowala shall conduct the workshop.

A never before learning opportunity for film production buffs of the city. So if you are an aspiring filmmaker and DOP in making, a content producer, a media or advertising professional, a student, a professor, a creative soul or just a plain rookie…this one workshop will definitely add value to your creative endeavors.

The workshop is organized as part of the GLF – Gujarat Literature Festival that is happening from 14-18 of December 2016.

Workshop curated and produced by Creative Yatra

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A 7-day Theatre Workshop to be conducted by Saumya Joshi at Ouroboros Art Hub.

SAUMYA JOSHI
He is a poet, writer, playwright, director and actor from Gujarat, India. He is known in Gujarati theatre for his plays like Aaj Jaane ki Zid na Karo, Welcome Zindagi, 102 Not Out and many more stretching out to a rich experience of Art and Craft. 102 Not Out also later got made into a film, starring Amitabh Bachhan.

Greenroom ma Andharu (2008; Darkness in the Greenroom) is a collection of his poems.

He has been awarded by Chandravadan Chimanlal Mehta Award for his contribution to Gujarati theatre in 2013. He is also recipients of the Yuva Gaurav Puraskar (2007) and Takhtasinh Parmar Prize (2008-09).

Source : Facebook.

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