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mt_sabao
05-26-2006, 04:24 PM
First Announcement

WORKSHOP IN IMMERSIVE CINEMA
2nd European Workshop in FullDome
September: 11-15, 2006
Espinho, Portugal

http://fulldome.multimeios.pt (http://fulldome.multimeios.pt/)
fulldome@multimeios.pt




Navegar Foundation is proud to present the II edition of the Workshop in Immersive Cinema that will take place from 11th to 15th September, at Centro Multimeios, Espinho, Portugal.

After last year’s success, again we gathered an excellent group of speakers coming from different backgrounds and areas of expertise, top in their field.

Digital cinema opened new horizons in film production: new techniques, new audiences, new languages and new tools make content more and more all embracing, easier to produce and more accessible. Areas like education, cultural diffusion and entertainment are necessarily benefiting from this revolution. Its versatility and the almost infinite range of possibilities of use, as well as the relative easiness in producing contents when compared with more traditional formats, makes immersive cinema very attractive.

This workshop will focus on the different aspects of content creation and live presentation in the dome. Special emphasis will be made in the development of projects by the participants, were they will have the opportunity to practice and develop skills in different areas.

Speakers/Trainers:

Carter Emmart - American Museum of Natural History
David McConville - Elumenati
Staffan Klashed - SCISS AB
Tom Kwasnitschka - AllSky.de
Paul Bourke - Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, Swinburne University
Luis Calcada - Navegar Foundation
Johnny deKam - Elumenati

This and other information can be found on the web site, as well as the preliminary programme.

Please feel free to share this message with your colleagues.

With best regards,
António Pedrosa
(Espinho Planetarium Director)

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