Contemporaneamente al simposio Teaching Documentary II – Visions of the Future“, verrà offerto a tutti la possibilità di fare esperienza con la Realtà Virtuale e i video a 360°.

Gli spettatori, grazie agli occhiali VR, saranno catapultati all’interno dell’azione, senza più un display a fare da filtro: si sceglie dove stare, muovendo testa e occhi, come nel mondo reale. Lo spettatore diventerà quindi un vero e proprio “testimone oculare” della storia che sta guardando.

  • Quando: dal 26 al 9 Aprile
  • Dove: Piazza della Grano, Casa della Pesa, Bolzano
  • Orari: 26, 27, 28 Aprile dalle 10.00h alle 18.00h, domenica 29 Aprile dalle 10.00h alle 13.00h


Progetti presentati:

    Enter the world of Cirque du Soleil for an up close and intimate look at their most provocative shows. Swing into a dreamlike realm in ‘Through the Masks of LUZIA’, where light quenches the spirit and rain soothes the soul.
    Dive into a hypnotic underwater universe in ‘DREAMS OF ‘O’’ where you are submerged into a universe full of daring dives, aerial stunts, and surreal amphibious characters.
    Challenge your visual perceptions and conceptions in ‘Inside the Box of KURIOS,’ as you find yourself in the midst of a fantastical world of acrobats, jugglers and steampunk mechanisms.
    Watch a battle unfold in the mythical world of ‘KÀ: The Battle Within,’ where two rival clans confront each other in a furious clash of vertiginous acrobatics and breathtaking combat. Cirque du Soleil VR blurs the line between stage and audience, bringing these fantastical experiences to life as you’ve never seen before.

    „Arte Experience“ presents Notes On Blindness, a VR journey into a world beyond sight.
    In 1983, after decades of steady deterioration, John Hull became totally blind. To help him make sense of the upheaval in his life, he began documenting his experiences on audio cassette. These original diary recordings form the basis of this project, an interactive non fiction using new forms of storytelling to explore his cognitive and emotional experience of blindness.

    Chernobyl VR Project combines video game mechanics with the educational and movie narrative approach.
    It is the very first virtual tour around the Chernobyl area. Chernobyl VR Project uses a state-of-the-art graphics solutions, such as advanced 3D scans of locations and buildings, spherical photography, stereoscopic videos and augmented reality.
    Chernobyl VR Project is not only a story of an abandoned place, but it is even more about the people. The Farm 51 aimed to reach survivors for whom the disaster had an intimate and sometimes family aspect.
    The Farm 51 is donating part of the proceeds from the sales of the Chernobyl VR Project to foundations helping the victims of the disaster in Ukraine. In doing so we hope that we contribute this cause and that the initiative will give our project another social dimension.

  • THE ECONOMIST VR - MOSUL, a collective reconstruction
    Take a tour of the Mosul Museum in Iraq, destroyed by militants from Islamic State but now recreated in virtual reality. Examine lost artefacts reconstructed by Rekrei, a project dedicated to restoring cultural heritage through photogrammetry and 3D modeling. Developed by The Economist Media Lab, with additional VR production from Visualise. Winner of the jury prize for innovation at the 2016 British Interactive Media Awards.

    Bright lights, bath-houses and seafood markets — take a tour of the Japanese city of Osaka with a local who can show you the city's best-kept secrets. This 360-degree video experience accompanies the Osaka episode of the “Passport” series by Economist Films

  • THE ECONOMIST VR - Ocean: The mystery corals
    Lukas Isall of the Palau International Research Centre tells the story of some of the world’s most beautiful and mysterious corals. Accompanies the “Ocean” series by Economist Films.

  • THE ECONOMIST VR - OCEAN VR: Net positive
    Explore the case for limiting fishing on the high seas, from the viewpoint of diner, fish, fisherman and policymaker. Featured at the 54th New York Film Festival.

    Interact and travel through all the solar system experiencing the amazing life of Annie Amber, from her birth until her final days, solving puzzles of increasing complexity while you unlock her memories. Use just your head to move or to solve the puzzles!

    It’s a time of uncertainty in the Tartarus Sector. The United Trade Consortium has started to regain control but the Tartarus Liberation Front has become stronger, more daring, unwilling to let up. The United Trade Federation is looking for a few good contractors to support the war efforts in the Tartarus Sector.
    Can you be that pilot? Can you fly better than the TLF pilots?
    I hope so, the last guy didn’t make it...
    Using your Gear VR controller, gamepad or Touchpad, fly through intense space battles wiping out the TLF across the Tartarus Sector. Your powerful Pulse Laser cannons and homing Meteor missiles are neural linked to your sight providing a deadly combination of technology and skill. Unlock progressively harder levels and upgrade your weapons after each success.

  • MOCA: Kerry James Marshall
    Enjoy one of the most celebrated contemporary art museum exhibitions of the past decade in VR! Kerry James Marshall: Mastry ended its run on July 3, 2017 at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Los Angeles, but is now available in its entirety for all to view and enjoy. Flawlessly captured with laser scanning and volumetric photogrammetry, the experience enables you to walk the halls of MOCA as if you were actually there.

    From the director of Madagascar, ASTEROIDS! is the follow-up episode to the Emmy award-winning film INVASION! DIVE INTO A NEW ANIMATED SPACE ADVENTURE and experience the challenges of outer space as you become part of the crew in a journey with quirky aliens Mac, Cheez (Elizabeth Banks) and their sidekick Peas (Ingrid Nilsen). In this 11-minute immersive cinematic, you are a task robot, and it’s up to you to save the crew while you are taken on a deep space mission where you and your new friends come face-to-face with teeth-gnashing space-bugs and careening asteroids. In the process of saving the crew, you become a respected member of the ship and are taught what really matters in life. ASTEROIDS! was a Sundance Official Selection and won the Unity Vision Award for best virtual reality.

    Normal VR just maps reallife 3D environments into VR world. Yes, you can experience the place you have never been there before, but we go forward to show enhanced VR environment. We map 3D Star Field into a sphere surface, and then look from outside into the sphere ball. You can image all near objects that will move much faster than a normal 3D mapping, finally this will give you an enhanced VR experience which is super awesome.

    In Epic Roller Coasters you'll get the same feeling of a real roller coaster with a high level graphics, physics-based simulation and multiplayer ride. Now you can also take pictures of your ride and share them in your timeline! Or compete for a Leaderboard position in Race mode!

    More than 100,000 chemical reactions happen in your brain every second. So what about the moment you fell in love?
    LoVR is a document of this moment. A story of love, told through neural activity captured over 4 seconds. As chemicals are released and areas of the brain activated, a form of poetry is revealed within the data. The heart beats, the iris dilates and time stands still as two lovers see each other for the first time.
    Aaron Bradbury has been telling stories in immersive media for the past 9 years. In LoVR, he uses physical immersion as a storytelling device to place the viewer in the psychological space of someone experiencing love at first sight, not only do you see and hear the moment, you feel it.

  • WITHIN - Kinoscope
    Kinoscope is a VR experience immersing the spectator into a lively and colorful universe to discover the history of cinema led by the voice of the Hollywood legend Dean Tavoularis, motion picture production designer whose work appeared in numerous box office hits such as The Godfather films, Apocalypse Now, The Brink’s Job, One from the Heart and Bonnie and Clyde.
    Kinoscope will be part of the exhibition « The Cinema Machine: from Méliès to 3D » and showcased at the Cinémathèque Française in Paris.

  • WITHIN - FIRE: This is Climate Change
    In just the last three decades, changes in climate have doubled the amount of land burned by wildfires in the western United States. Experience the scorching California fires of 2017, and follow the dedicated fighters—by air and on the ground—whose jobs have turned into year-round battles against these catastrophic blazes.

  • ARTE 360 - Gauguin – Journey to the self
    This immersive journey into the heart of Paul Gauguin's imagination takes the viewer into a fascinating ballet of colors. Among other major works, Joyeusetés (Arearea) and The woman with the flower (Vahine no te tiare), take shape like in a dream. Based on testimonies left by the artist, you travel with Gauguin's thoughts during his first trip to Tahiti.