“Future Trends In Stereoscopic Filmmaking & Virtual Reality” forum in Beijing

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The Beijing Film Academy, China Animation Association, and the International Animation & Virtual Reality Research Center present a forum on

FUTURE TRENDS IN STEREOSCOPIC FILMMAKING & VIRTUAL REALITY

December 12th & 13th, 2015 in Beijing, China

The creator’s toolbox has never been more powerful than it is today, with rapid advances in digital, stereoscopic & virtual reality technology, and compelling content options.  Yet challenges and questions abound on the cusp of this new entertainment era.  What will the content of tomorrow look like?  How will it be distributed?  Can virtual reality go mainstream?  What hurdles still exist?  How must directors and producers adapt for immersive media?  What does the future hold?

The mission of the Beijing Film Academy’s International Animation & Virtual Reality Research Center (iAVRrc) is to advance the art of animated and cinematic storytelling in China.  Through events such as “Future Trends In Stereoscopic Filmmaking & Virtual Reality”, we provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, approaches & techniques between international experts and Chinese talent.  Over the course of two days, this forum will feature keynote addresses, panel discussions and roundtable sessions on topics including content, distribution, hardware and business models.

To facilitate personal, high-quality interactions at “Future Trends In Stereoscopic Filmmaking & Virtual Reality”, the iAVRrc will invite a select group of 40 distinguished professionals from mainland China and overseas, including creators, engineers, entrepreneurs and educators: all of whom share a passion for the future of emergent immersive media.

Kevin Geiger
Executive Director
International Animation & Virtual Reality Research Center

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