deadCenter Film is partnering with the Visual Arts department at Oklahoma City University to host a seminar about the future of storytelling in 3D animation, virtual reality, and augmented reality. The event, called Future Vision, is free and open to the public. It will take place on Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. – noon, at the Norick Art Center on the OCU campus, located at 1601 NW 26th Street.
“deadCenter is thrilled to partner with OCU on this exciting look at the technologies shaping the future of storytelling,” said Lance McDaniel, Executive Director of deadCenter Film. “The event will include several hands-on demonstrations and opportunities to meet with professional companies working in the virtual space.”
CGI and VR design teacher, OCU professor Jeff Price, be joined on a panel by VR programmers and creatives from Boiling Point Media, Trifecta Communications, Clevyr, SpringboardVR, and Wrist World, an augmented reality company using wristbands created by a group of Norman middle school students.
After the panel, participants will be able to experience virtual reality movies and games from the deadCenter Film Festival, work with 3D animation software, meet local VR and AR producers, and discuss 21st-century storytelling across different platforms.
About deadCenter Film
deadCenter Film is an Oklahoma City-based nonprofit that leads free film classes to 3,000 high school and technology center students each fall, offers continuing education classes for working film professionals each quarter, and hosts Oklahoma’s largest film festival each June, attracting 35,000 to downtown Oklahoma City. This year’s festival is June 11-14.
For more information, please visit deadcenterfilm.org.