CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS in IMMERSIVE MEDIA INNOVATION – IMERSA 2015

The developments in immersive media technology in recent years serves as a catalyst of expansion taking place in immersive media innovation. These innovation sessions are open to any expression of the immersive experiences including large screen, fulldome, VR, installation, and projection mapping. From large scale 360-degree 3D stereoscopic theaters to DIY low cost photogrammetry rigs to innovative production techniques or projects – we want you to share your experience!

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IMERSA (Immersive Media Entertainment, Research, Science, & Arts) Summit 2015
Denver, Colorado

Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 4pm
Innovators Session One – An overview of some of the most groundbreaking immersive projects from 2014.

Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 2:30 pm
Innovators Session Two – Emerging technology, DIY, Innovation, Production, and Research. Pecha Kucha style presentations

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These presentations are an opportunity to share your innovative work with leaders in immersive industry at one leading conferences on immersive media. The IMERSA Summit is in it’s 6th year with an attendance of nearly 200 industry leaders annually. IMERSA is a non-profit, professional trade association with a vision to build an international community of professionals who create large-scale immersive digital experiences. IMERSA’s mission is to advance and promote the art and science of large-scale digital immersive media, fulldome, and immersive group experiences in digital planetariums, mobile domes, themed entertainment and giant screen theaters.

Sessions are produced by Ethan Bach. Bach is the CEO of BETA LLC, an artist, curator, and producer. He created MORPHOS Artist in Residence program to assist artists in understanding and exploring the medium of immersive digital interactive spaces. Bach served as Principal Investigator for a DoD grant developing interactivity for fulldome (which resulted in the open source dome server software, vDome) and as research associate for an NSF grant developing tools and content for fulldome environments. He also writes and maintains the Art & Emerging Technology blog. Bach is also internationally known for his digital art which is primarily in immersive and interactive media. Bach’s artistic expertise in experimental media won him awards from the Santa Fe Arts Commission, New Mexico Film Visions, and New Mexico Art in Public Spaces.

To apply, please go to http://goo.gl/forms/wCL6pYMdC6

Deadline for submissions is January 23, 2015
Notification of acceptance by January 26, 2015

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