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Designing for Virtual Reality

Voices of VR Podcast – Designing for Virtual Reality Kent Bye

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Designing for Virtual Reality

    #863: UNCSA Immersive Storytelling Residency Program

    #863: UNCSA Immersive Storytelling Residency Program

    Note: This is a sponsored content post from the University University of North Carolina School of the Arts The Media + Emerging Technology Lab (METL)

    #862 DocLab: An Oral History of VR Art with MoMA Guest Curator Kathy Brew

    #862 DocLab: An Oral History of VR Art with MoMA Guest Curator Kathy Brew

    Kathy Brew tried her first VR experience at NASA Ames in 1985. She’s been at the intersection of art of technology for a long time,

    #861 DocLab: Dome Projections & Inspiring Action on Climate Change with Michaela French’s “Climate Crimes”

    #861 DocLab: Dome Projections & Inspiring Action on Climate Change with Michaela French’s “Climate Crimes”

    Michaela French has been making large-scale immersive, full dome experiences since 1999, and at IDFA DocLab she was showing her Climate Crimes piece, which explores

    #860 DocLab: Critiquing Power Dynamics of Architectural Digital Recreations with Astrid Feringa

    #860 DocLab: Critiquing Power Dynamics of Architectural Digital Recreations with Astrid Feringa

    Astrid Feringa had a video essay installation at the IDFA DocLab where she was critiquing how the British Institute of Digital Archaeology was using photogrammetry

    #859 DocLab Founder Caspar Sonnen on Domesticating Reality, AI, & XR Distribution Experiments

    #859 DocLab Founder Caspar Sonnen on Domesticating Reality, AI, & XR Distribution Experiments

    Caspar Sonnen founded the DocLab as a part of the International Documentary Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA) in 2007 after a period of being really skeptical

    #858 DocLab: Experiential Design & Interactive Documentary Insights from Julia Scott-Stevenson

    #858 DocLab: Experiential Design & Interactive Documentary Insights from Julia Scott-Stevenson

    Julia Scott-Stevenson got her practice-based Ph.D. on interactive and immersive documentaries (aka “i-docs”) and social impact with her i-doc Giving Time. She’s now a research

Customer Reviews

ElevenKrause ,

Invaluable insights

A great resource for understanding what’s happening in VR with a critical overlay of the moral and social implications.

Dnsndjamnxmxks ,

So impressed with the show

I’m a college student barely learning about the VR scene and this is hands down my favorite podcast for learning about the different ways in which this medium can positively enhance various sectors of industry. The host is sooo good and always gets really interesting people to interview. Great podcast please keep it up it’s so impressive that you’ve been so consistent for the last 5 years good on you!!

Alex from New York City ,

Kent is the gold standard

So much of the VR industry still feels rough around the edges and experimental, so it's refreshing just how professional Kent has been with the Voices of VR podcast right from the beginning. Seriously, it feels like something you should have to pay some enormous corporate fee for, and I'm enormously grateful we don't have to. Support Ken on Patreon so he can keep doing what he's doing!

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