57230 Immersive Media8cp
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In this subject students explore concepts of immersion in relation to historical, contemporary and emergent trends and technologies in creative media practices and industries. Students undertake practice-oriented learning and project-based work to engage critically with historical precedents for spatialised media. They examine the cultural, poetic, ethical and political aspects of contemporary immersive media works. Students work across a range of technologies and media to develop and create prototypes that focus on exploratory approaches to immersive audio-visual forms: from installations to interactive works, to stereoscopic imaging, augmented reality, 360-degree media, virtual reality and cinematic virtual reality. Students utilise media production equipment and post-production pathways to develop and prototype immersive media projects with the potential to be produced within related subjects of the degree.
Spring session - Block, City campus
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