REAL WORLD VR – TALKS – Q&A – DEMOS – END OF YEAR PARTY
Virtual, Immersive Art, Mixed Reality & Filmmaking Session #21
Real World VR is one of Melbourne’s flagship XR-VR/AR/MR events. The event showcases some of the most inspiring leaders working with new technologies in Australia. Real World VR will host an end of year party to celebrate the XR-VR/AR/MR industry, a night of talks, panels, virtual reality film demonstrations, networking & nibbles.
Dir. MICHAEL BEETS
Michael Beets’s is an award-winning director. His virtual reality projects, music videos, and films have been screened at festivals around the world including Venice Film Festival, Cannes, Busan, Toronto International Film Festival, and the Melbourne International Film Festival. In 2018 his interactive VR work titled ‘The Unknown Patient’ was nominated for two awards at the 75th Venice Film Festival and won the VR Award at the Adelaide Film Festival. He also won audience choice award for his music video Gordi: Bitter End at the St. Kilda Film Festival. Michael was also nominated for a 2019 ADG award for best direction in an immersive experience.
Cy is an internationally published music producer, experimental filmmaker, interdisciplinary researcher, sound and lighting/video designer & storyteller. He is currently designing subjects for the RMIT Digital Media program focusing on 360 video production for VR. As a creative artist are sound and colour data, the body, the voice, cameras & audiovisual/design software & data sets. Cy is increasingly focused on visual programming integrated colour and sound design, performance and therapy using sonochromatic theory and practice.
Dir. NIRMA MADHOO- FEATURING “AZIMUTH” (SHOWCASE)
Fashion Education & Fashion Media Producer at Anatomy VR / PHD- RMIT / Finalist in the PPC Imaginarium Awards.
Nirma’s immersive work “Azimuth as a term is derived from the medieval Arabic meaning ‘the direction’ and denoting a measurement in a spherical system of 3D space. Azimuth suggests the virtual, 360 VR environment for which the concept will be designed. As a product of modernism, Brutalism is an architectural style with concrete as its main element. Concrete is not only the material, but it is also foregrounded aesthetically. The short film proposes imaging style and beauty in a Brutalist architecture and to fuse it with performances of fashion in order to propose an Afro-futurist identity,”
More speakers to be announced.
6:00 pm: Doors open
6:45 pm: Overview
7.00 pm – 8:15 pm: Panel
8.15 pm – late: Demos, Networking / Drinks / Music – DJ/ Licenced Bar
Must register as spaces are limited on Eventbrite:
Loop Project Space & Bar
23 Meyers Place Melbourne (CBD)
Loop Project Space & Bar is a safe space and supports, not for profits, The arts, film, music and community. One of Melbourne’s most atmospheric and iconic venues with an exceptional menu, wine & cocktail list & a large range of craft beers.
We look forward to seeing you on the night.