Virtual reality: How interactive storytelling is shaping the future cinema

       

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The Master class is intended primarily for any image and media enthusiasts, and passionate of technology, but also any curious wanting to see more closely a medium that is transforming our preception of the word. The goal is to introduce VR technology and to explain the production process of VR content.

               

Instructor Sélim Harbi / Media Art Artist

Harbi: Warrior in Arabic, Born and raised in a country that gave its ancestral name "Ifriquiya", to the rest of the African continent, Tunisia: my first world. This utopian space between two fluid entities: the Sahara and the Mediterranean sea, at the edge of two distant worlds, each one mirroring a distorted representation of the other. Traveling became slowly a necessity, physically first, then mentally and spiritually through books and art, broadening and expanding my conscience, and inviting it to plural and universal dimension, At the age of twenty-two I jumped out this space, and started my journey, responding to a deep burning call: the discovery of itself, the world, the unknown. Heading north first, Berlin: another key-point of disparity, where I could settle and prepare my self for a bigger jump: the south, reconnecting with my deep Africanity and roots, Taking a critical distance from my matrix-point where I grew up, embracing the world as home, make me realize what matters the most: human conditions, the urge to rehabilitate our global reason and root a new narrative. I identify my self as a world connector. Embedding my ancestral nomadic North-African spirit, today I am proudly hunting the traces of beauty, of a world that still can be repaired

               
Virtual reality: How interactive storytelling is shaping the future cinema // Instructor: Selim Harbi

The goal is to introduce VR technology and to explain the production process of VR content.

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