Research Strand 2014 —
Connecting with Audiences
March 12

 

 

Opening Keynote

Connecting with Audiences

09:30-10:00
Dr Keith Johnson —
University of East Anglia

Selling the 3-D Screen: Audiences, 3-D, and the Film Trailer

Morning Session A: Production Aesthetics

Connecting with Audiences

10:00 — 10:45
Martin Uren & Caroline Orme —
Ravensbourne

Improving production and post-production aesthetics. Followed by Q&A

Connecting with Audiences

10:45 — 11:15
Diekus Gonzalez —
The Autonomous University of Barcelona and Ravensbourne

3-D Stereoscopic Media: Articulating the third dimension online. Followed by Q&A.

Connecting with Audiences

11:15 — 11:30
Coffee break

 

Morning Session B: Advance Production Technologies

Connecting with Audiences

11.30 — 12.00
Ralf Tanger — Fraunhofer HHI

Trifocal Capture: A new way towards S3D content production. Followed by Q&A.

Connecting with Audiences

12.30 — 13.00
Jean-Claude Rosenthal — Fraunhofer HHI

ASP camera system: Automated Stereo Production. Followed by Q&A.

Connecting with Audiences

12.00 — 12.30
Sönke Kirchhof — reallifefilm international GmbH

Research, Development and Use Case: The Trifocal System from a Producers’ and ASP from a Stereographers' Point of view. Followed by Q&A.

Connecting with Audiences

13:00 — 14.00
Lunch

 

Afternoon — Panel Session A: Emerging Storytelling Techniques

Connecting with Audiences

14.00 — 14.15 
Dr Nick Jones — Queen Mary, University of London

Paradoxical Media: Defining 3-D Aesthetics.

Connecting with Audiences

14.15 — 14.30
Professor Ludger Pfanz — Karlsruhe University of Art

3-D Story Architecture: Structure and style of Space.

Connecting with Audiences

14.30 — 14.45
Dr Lisa Purse — University of Reading

Sensing Space, Sensing Movement in Gravity.

Connecting with Audiences

14.45 — 15.00
Panel discussion

 

Connecting with Audiences

15.00 — 15.15
Coffee break

 

Afternoon Session B: Audience experience of the stereoscopic Mise en Scene

Connecting with Audiences

15.15 — 15.30 
Dr Bernard Harper — Liverpool University

Movies and Vision: Why 3-D is better than 2-D.

Connecting with Audiences

15.30 — 15.45 
Phillip Connolly — University of Brighton

From Peppers Ghost to the iPhone: 3D and music videos

Connecting with Audiences

15.45 — 16.00
Dr Robert Black — Liverpool University

Ask the audience: live study of a 3D viewing experience.

Connecting with Audiences

16.00 — 16.15
Dr Lorna Moore — Video Artist

Be(ing) a part of you: In(bodi)mental: a real-time video performance.

Connecting with Audiences

16.15 — 16.30
Panel Discussion

 

Closing Keynote

Connecting with Audiences

16.30 — 17.00
Dr Denise Quesnel — Emily Carr University, Canada