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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE TRIBECA TALKS

WATCH THE SOUND: CREATING THE LANGUAGE OF VIRTUAL REALITY

TFF 2016
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE WATCH THE SOUND: CREATING THE LANGUAGE OF VIRTUAL REALITY [TFF 2016]
The art of crafting immersive Virtual Reality experiences poses new and exciting challenges to creators. As the new language of VR develops, it's becoming increasingly apparent that sound will play a major role in the evolution of 360-degree storytelling. Whether used as a means of drawing the viewer's gaze or simply creating atmosphere, the soundtrack to VR experiences are crucial. Hear some of this year's Festival creators speak about their work and the groundbreaking methods that they have found to integrate sound and image.

Panelist include: Sound designer Ron Eyal (Killer Deal), WEVR founder Anthony Batt, creator Rose Troche (Perspective 2: The Misdemeanor), and creator Eugene Chung (The Rose and I). Moderated by filmmaker Warrington Hudlin.
The art of crafting immersive Virtual Reality experiences poses new and exciting challenges to creators. As the new language of VR develops, it's becoming increasingly apparent that sound will play a major role in the evolution of 360-degree storytelling. Whether used as a means of drawing the viewer's gaze or simply creating atmosphere, the soundtrack to VR experiences are crucial. Hear some of this year's Festival creators speak about their work and the groundbreaking methods that they have found to integrate sound and image.

Panelist include: Sound designer Ron Eyal (Killer Deal), WEVR founder Anthony Batt, creator Rose Troche (Perspective 2: The Misdemeanor), and creator Eugene Chung (The Rose and I). Moderated by filmmaker Warrington Hudlin.
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