The Stories We Couldn’t Tell Before—How Immersive Media Provides Artists with a New Palette That Is Changing the Creative Process

Saturday, January 25, 3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m.
The Box at The Ray, 1768 Park Ave.

Creators today have access to a much broader set of tools beyond traditional video, including VR, AR, and XR technologies. Join us, with panelists Zahra Rasool (Al Jazeera), Tim Dillon (Baobab Studios), Malia Probst (VR Scout), and Toby Coffey (National Theatre), as they talk through their own projects and explore what each of these mediums brings to the experience, including how these new tools have changed the creative process and even the starting point for how a story should be told. Moderated by Sarah Steele (YouTube).

Presented by YouTube VR

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