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Webinar: Introduction to content creation and adaptation for a 360° immersive dome – Audio
Thursday 03 12 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm£5
Thursday 3rd December 2pm
Ticket pricing and booking information below.
Opening in Spring 2021, the Market Hall will be a world-class space for creative, digital, and immersive experiences, situated in the heart of historic Devonport, Plymouth. The impressive new extension to the historical building will host the 15m diameter immersive dome – inspired by the dome at SAT in Montreal and the first of its kind in Europe, the space invites you to explore immersive realities, without the need for a VR headset, opening up a world of incredible creative and immersive experiences.
Join Ben Stern and Phillip Heard-Mayer, fulldome experts and directors of Gaia Nova, as well as Real Ideas CEO Lindsey Hall and Head of Cultural Experiences Claire Honey to learn about the 360° immersive dome coming to Plymouth. Following our previous webinars in this series, this session will revisit content creation and adaption for a 360° immersive dome, with a particular focus on audio production.
This webinar will run as a speaker seminar, with time for a Q&A with panellists at the end.
This webinar is open to everyone and is a ‘pay as you feel’ event. The content will support skills development for professionals in the creative industries, students and young people. If you are in a position to make a contribution we have suggested a ticket price and would appreciate your contribution. There is also a self-select, free option you are welcome to use.
Suggested ticket prices:
For Businesses and Individuals £25
For Individuals £5
Once booked, instructions on how to access the webinar will be emailed to you.
This activity is part of the iMayflower project and has been supported by The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, who fund the Cultural Development Fund, which is administered by Arts Council England.