Spatial Fabrications: Stereoscopic and Panoramic Imaging Workshop Application
*All online workshops will be available as recorded events for registered attendees after the the live workshop.
A two series workshop by Pre Empt Group Collective, winners of Fak'ugesi Digital Art Exhibition Commission with Spatial Fabrications: An Uninhabitable World exhibition. Cost R100 / R30 for students
This ticket is an application for the workshop and does not guarantee you a place, a ticket link will be sent to you when you have been selected to attend.
Please note that day 2 is only available for participants in Johannesburg and able to attend at Tshimologong Innovation Precinct in Johannesburg. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 9 OCTOBER
1. Panoramic Imaging Workshop
Max 20 participants
23 Oct. 10:00 - 11:00 AM (South Africa)
2 . Stereoscopic Imaging Workshop
Venue: Tshimologong Innovation Precinct
Max 10 participants
24 Oct. 10:00 - 12:00 (South Africa)
Your will learn:
- 360 Photography using a DSLR camera.
- 360 Photography using a 360 camera.
- Developing a scene for Stereoscopic and Panoramic imaging.
- Editing and Exporting Stereoscopic and Panoramic Imaging.
With the growing use of digital tools to produce VR and VR Films, the process often requires a high end tools for processing, developing and refining images; yet the technology is often both inaccessible and expensive particularly in the context of South Africa. This often discourages creators and newcomers in such production, resulting in the lack of democratisation of the medium and its operation.
Preempt Group is concerned with open source tools, to enable democratisation of the medium. We focus on alternative ways of accessing the medium by downgrading the scale in order to adjust and construct VR or rather digital content. These workshops will introduce participants to convenient and accessible ways to develop the VR content and tools available for processing, developing, photographing and editing Stereoscopic and Panoramic images.
Complete the Application form with through the Reservation:
- Open to creatives who are interested in developing VR in their work.
- The workshops require individuals who have basic photography and editing skills.
- All participants should have a computer, latest installed Photoshop 2019/2020
|Refund policy||No refunds|