Maybe it’s the industry that’s immature, maybe the art discourse that’s even worse—but it seems like all the tools and literature for making artificial reality are focused on displaying the most stuff in the least amount of time.
Let’s try something else.
In this presentation, VR magician Omer Shapira will focus on the minimum effort needed to fool the senses. We’ll move quickly from what we need to believe our inputs to how we construct space in our minds.
Omer Shapira (@omershapira) is a Virtual Reality Artist working for Nvidia.
Omer’s Virtual Reality work explores gaps between Film, Games and Digital Arts. His works and collaborations have been presented at Cannes, Sundance, Tribeca and Seattle Film Festivals, The Barbican Gallery, GDC and the New Museum.
Prior to Nvidia, Omer was Director of VR at Fake Love, VR Developer at Framestore, and a Director at Channel 10. Omer researched VR applications at the NYU Media Research Lab and MIT Media Lab, and has designed and built projects for Nike, Google, Microsoft, Disney, Universal Pictures, The Weinstein Company and Samsung.