Make your plans today to join our international Summit of leaders from the Planetarium, fulldome, VR, Giant Screen and themed entertainment communities.
The 2017 IMERSA Summit continues our conversation between converging business sectors, shaping the industry with fulldome film showcases, exhibits, technology sessions, and abundant opportunities for networking with pioneers in immersive experiences.
In the past two decades we have witnessed a dramatic convergence of technologies and techniques under the dome and in exotic immersive environments, fueled by innovations in virtual reality, numerical simulation, 360 cinema and immersive performance arts.
The Kaleidoscope VR Film Festival is a traveling showcase of the best in cinematic virtual reality. Come celebrate the pioneers of virtual reality filmmaking with an evening of artist presentations, VR demos, and engaging discussions.
Kaleidoscope has curated 20 of the most innovative VR films from around the world. These pioneering artists are inventing the language of cinematic virtual reality.
August 22 – Portland, Oregon
August 26 – Seattle, Washington
August 29 – Vancouver (Canada)
September 15 – San Francisco, California
September 23 – Los Angeles, California
September 26 – Denver, Colorado
October 1 – Montreal (Canada)
October 4 – Toronto (Canada)
October 6 – New York City
October 14 – Austin, Texas
Denver International Airport (DIA) is pleased to announce artists Ned Kahn, Patrick Marold and Yann Kersalé have been selected through a competitive process to create three distinctive public art pieces for DIA’s Hotel and Transit Center Program. All three public art pieces will be complete for public viewing when the Hotel and Transit Center opens in late 2015.
Conceived and created by members of the Handweavers Guild of Boulder for their 50th Anniversary, this sculpture is visible at the entrance to The Dairy Center for the Arts and represents a merging of technology and textiles.
The sculpture was officially unveiled on Nov 19, 2014 and is scheduled to operate until the front of the building is renovated. The Handweavers Guild donated the sculpture to The Dairy Center and the city of Boulder with the hope various student groups will create effects and interactive sensors to control it in months and years to come.
For more details:
Handweavers Guild of Boulder