Research VR Podcast - The Science & Design of Virtual Reality

Interactive Filmmaking in Augmented Reality, with Asad J Malik - 63

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Summary:

Filmmaker Asad J Malik, Founder of 1RIC join Az and Petr to talk about his latest film, Terminal 3, debuting at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. He goes into depth talking about "Context being key" for AR storytelling, VR films in film festivals, and simulation/simulacra theories.

recorded: March 2018

01:00 - Intro

04:00 - Simulation / Simulacra Theory

12:30 - Holograms from Syria

14:00 - The economics of war

16:30 - Difference between AR and VR in Space [highlight]

19:00 - Terminal 3 Pitch [highlight]

22:00 - Depthkit Volumetric Capture

35:00 - FABLE

37:00 - Engaget article: VR pioneer Edward Saatchi: VR films aren't the future of storytelling

44:20 - BattleScar

44:20 - Spheres

44:20 - Wolves in the Walls

47:01 - On Exactitude in Science

Guest: Asad J Malik

Hosts: Az Balabanian, Petr Legkov

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