How does new technology inspire us to tell stories in new ways? And how can we ensure authenticity and content integrity remain at the heart of the experiences we are creating?
Virtual Reality (VR) has a powerful capability to reshape the way stories are told and strengthen their impact and connection with audiences.
For the next event in our Purposeful series, we will hear from three innovators – each from a different field – all at the forefront of establishing what new technologies such as VR could mean for reinventing traditional content formats and storytelling. We’ll hear their thoughts on what they’ve learnt from working in VR, and what their next area of focus is likely to be.
Join us for good discussions, drinks and, naturally, a lot of VR.
Executive Producer, BBC Earth
Working globally as a creative innovator, Charlotte develops audience-facing creative solutions and experiences for BBC Worldwide. She's an inspiring leader who has a reputation for developing environments that excite and liberate teams to produce brave, risk-taking and world-class VR content. Her latest project is the just launched, Life in VR: Californian Coast for BBC Earth and Google VR.
As Curator, International Art, Tate, Nancy Ireson develops exhibitions that reassess major modernist figures. Her most recent exhibition was the Modigliani retrospective, which opened at the Tate Modern on November 24th, and which features a Virtual Reality installation at its heart.
Program Manager and Creative Lead, Google Cultural Institute Lab
Freya Murray is the Creative Lead for the Google Arts & Culture Lab, where tech and creative communities come together to share ideas and discover new ways to experience arts and culture.
Read the blog
The roundup blog covers our takeaways from what our speakers said about Factual Storytelling in VR.
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